Mayor’s Race …

Mayor’s Race …

Posted May 30, 2007 by

Randy— Your analysis of the algebraic computations of the progressives hoping to run a mayoral candidate omitted a few variables: Tony Hall, IRV and Mayoral campaign financing. My personal view is that progressives need to think about fielding two viable
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San Francisco Mayor’s Race Coming Into Focus

Posted May 29, 2007 by Randy Shaw

Matt Gonzalez’ revealing interview in our pages last week eliminated much of the speculation surrounding San Francisco’s 2007 Mayor’s race. Gonzalez strongly hinted he was looking to run, but would not be prepared to begin his candidacy on June 2,
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Milk Club Throws Most Successful Dinner in Years

Posted May 29, 2007 by Paul Hogarth

With an energy that reminded many old-time members of the club’s heyday, the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club held its 29th Annual Fundraising Dinner on May 24th at the Hotel Whitcomb. With a sold-out audience of 400 people, the Milk
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Mary’s Baby Makes Dick Cheney Look Human

Posted May 29, 2007 by Tommi Avicolli Mecca

If childbirth can make Vice President Dick Cheney look human, then it must indeed be a miracle. That was my first thought when I saw the large photo of the smiling Cheney and his wife proudly holding their new grandson,
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Matt Gonzalez On His Political Future

Posted May 25, 2007 by David Sloane

(Ed note: As a June 2 convention looms for progressives to select a candidate to oppose Mayor Newsom in November, Matt Gonzalez was interviewed about the Mayor’s race this week by David Sloane, a Green Party member originally from Australia.)
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This Weekend — First Healthy Saturdays Ever!!

Posted May 25, 2007 by Leah Shahum

After much ado, the first Healthy Saturday in Golden Gate Park is set to take place this week! This Saturday, May 26th marks the first car-free space in the Park on Saturdays. As you probably know, this comes after nearly
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