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Officially, San Francisco’s local elections are a nonpartisan affair. In reality, San Francisco is a one party town, and hasn’t voted for a Republican President since Eisenhower, and the last Republican Mayor of San Francisco was George Christopher, who served until 1964. …


In a major city like San Francisco, it’s easy to assume that the Mayor runs the show. But San Francisco’s eleven District Supervisors — the City’s legislative body — wield extensive power inside and outside of their immediate jurisdictions.

Supervisors oversee their respective districts, responding to constituent concerns and ensuring…

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