Endorsements 2012

The San Francisco Parent Political Action Committee has endorsed candidates in Board of Education and Community College races for the November 2012 ballot, which are listed below. No endorsements were made in the District Supervisor races, but questionnaires were sent to every candidate. The ones that were received back are posted at the bottom of this page.

Board of Education: Sandra Fewer, Rachel Norton, Jill Wynns and Sam Rodriguez.

Community College: Rodrigo Santos, Steve Ngo and Amy Bacharach.

The SF Parent PAC has also taken positions on three ballot initiatives:

  • YES on Prop B: Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond (San Francisco)
  • YES on Prop 30: Statewide Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act
  • YES on Prop 38: Statewide Education Funding Initiative, Our Children Our Future

The process:

All Board of Education candidates who had pulled nomination papers from the SF Department of Elections by July 20, 2012 were sent a questionnaire to complete by August 3. All candidates who submitted questionnaires were invited to be interviewed by the SF Parent PAC Steering Committee on August 9. Completed questionnaires from all candidates who participated in the process can be found below:

Sandra Fewer 2012 **

Matt Haney 2012

Rachel Norton 2012 **

Beverly Popek 2012

Sam Rodriguez 2012**

Gladys Soto 2012

Shamann Walton 2012

Jill Wynns 2012 **

** endorsed by the SF Parent PAC

Board of Supervisors 

Supervisor candidates from districts all over the city submitted questionnaires back to the Parent PAC to help you as you choose who will best represent you in your neighborhood. The questions are focused on families and quality of life issues. We hope this is helpful as you go through your decision making process.

District 1: David Lee and Eric Mar

District 3: Joe Butler and David Chiu

District 5: London Breed, Julian Davis, Christina Olague and Thea Selby

District 7: F.X. Crowley, Joel Engardio, Mike Garcia, Lynn Gavin, Julian Lagos, Glenn Rogers and Norman Yee

District 9: no questionnaires returned

District 11: John Avalos

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