Will Harper, who insists he's not opposed to public power, lashed out today at the Yes on H campaign. His claim: Supporters of the Clean Energy Act -- including me -- aren't being straight with the voters about what the measure means.
Yes, Will: Much of what is in the charter amendment could be done without going to the ballot -- if the mayor of San Francisco were willing. Read more »
I was honored to be a guest on KQED's Forum with Michael Krasny this morning, but I was once again dismayed by the conservative political spin of Examiner columnist Ken Garcia, another guest on the show. Read more »
So everyone knew that downtown financial interests (such as the Committee on Jobs, Chamber of Commerce, Police Officers Association, the Association of Realtors, BOMA, PG&E, etc., not the mention their enablers at the Chronicle and Examiner) would be spending big money this election to try to buy the Board of Supervisors. And we knew they’d fight dirty, particularly in the swing districts of 1, 3, and 11. Read more »