Ride-Hailing’s Dark Data: Secrecy cloaks rising accident reports.
KSFP LP 102.5 FM Launches. Big Ticket Housing Plan faces S.F. Voters
Other Local Races
The races for several elected offices have either only one contender — like Paul Miyamoto, who is running unopposed for sheriff, or José Cisneros, the only candidate for treasurer — or only one well-financed contender who is widely expected to win. Mayor London Breed is running for re-election against five challengers, none of whom have experience holding political office or attracted significant financial backing. “Civic” talked with San Francisco State University associate professor of political science Jason McDaniel about these races, their significance, and why so many candidates are running without formidable opposition.
How Voting Works in SF
Power Switch: City builds case for pushing out embattled PG&E
Taking on Big Tech
Digital Privacy: Who Surveils Those Who Surveil Us?
Remaking Rent Control
Immigration: Fighting to Stay. Legally in U.S. for years, thousands face deportation.
We asked readers for their ideas on how to address homelessness in the city. Here’s some of what they said. What would you do?
Navigating Homelessness: No Vacancy for the Homeless