Category Archives: Politics

MiCoCo May Community meeting with Supervisor Campos

On Friday May 4th, MiCoCo held it’s last Community Meeting with Supervisor Campos. In case you missed it, check out what Supervisor David Campos had to say about it: The three main topics brought up during the meeting included redistricting, … Continue reading

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Immigration Workshop

On May 24th, from 5:30-7:30 pm at Centro Del Pueblo (474 Valencia Street). Will be offering a free and bilingual workshop! Topics will include secure communities, the affects of traffic violations and crimes, and new immigration law proposals. It will … Continue reading

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Community Meeting with Supervisor Campos

A couple months ago, community leaders came together at the Valencia Gardens to talk about city budget issues. They discussed how the community would plan and advocate for their programs. Some topics included: Budget Townhall with Mayor, progressive revenue measures, … Continue reading

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New Police Captain of the Mission Station

Tomorrow, at Mission Neighborhood Centers there will be a reception welcoming Robert Moser–the new police captain–to the Mission station. The event takes place from 4PM to 5:30PM and is open to the public. You will have the opportunity to share with … Continue reading

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Recap: Community budget meeting with Supervisor Campos

Earlier this month MiCoCo in conjunction with the office of District 9 Supervisor David Campos led a community meeting with representatives from a wide range of different CBO’s from the Mission to discuss the upcoming process for the city budget … Continue reading

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U.S Census Data results in redrawing district lines

Every 10 years, the census counts every resident in the United States. Based on the data,  San Francisco reported 776,733 people in 2000 compared to 805,235 people (a 3.7 percent increase) in 2010. Census information is used to decide many … Continue reading

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San Francisco November Elections

This past Tuesday, about 40% (the lowest voter turnout since 1975) of San Franciscans voted for Mayor and several other propositions on the ballot. Ed Lee won with roughly 30% of the vote, while John Avalos and Dennis Herrera trailed behind with … Continue reading

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Emerge California program for women

Emerge California is a political candidate training program for Democratic women who want to run for office. The Emerge California program consists of intensive training sessions spanning a seven-month period with more than 70 hours of programming. The core curriculum covers … Continue reading

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Closing the Health Care Loophole

In 2006, former Supervisor Tom Ammiano pushed for a Health Care Security Ordinance that went into effect in San Francisco. The ordinance included three options to provide San Francisco workers with health care. The first option was the “Healthy San … Continue reading

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The Push for Free Youth MUNI Fastpasses

Community groups, youth groups, leaders and other advocates gathered at the City Hall Steps this past Monday rallying in favor of a program for free MUNI fast passes for San Francsico youth between the ages of five and 17. The … Continue reading

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