Learn about the election that determines future elections!
Fewer people vote in March, and those who do will be electing representatives to the Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC), the body that decides the official endorsements of the Democratic Party. That’s no small amount of power in this heavily Democratic town. Voters who aren’t sure which judges to elect, who should sit on the school board, and who should be District Attorney look to the recommendations of the Democratic Party, so it matters who sits on the DCCC.
Learn more about DCCC candidates and other matters on the March ballot at the Ballot Education Town Hall, Wednesday, December 13, 5:30 to 7: 30 p.m. at the LGBT Center, co-hosted by Noe Valley Democratic Club and Eastern Neighborhoods Democratic Club.
You will hear directly from candidates for Superior Court judges as well as those running to be the future leaders for the San Francisco Democratic Party, aka the Democratic County Central Committee (or DCCC). There will be multiple local and state propositions on the ballot as well, and you will hear from both the proponents and opponents.
The event is free and open to the public, however RSVP here is required to reserve a seat.
1800 Market St
The MUNI METRO LINES J,K,L,M,N, the F STREETCAR, or MUNI BUS LINES 6, 9, 14, 21, 47, 49, 66 and 71 all run within 5 blocks of the Center, many run within 1 block. Also, take BART to SF Civic Center, then transfer to Muni Metro or F lines.