Posts Tagged: Prop F

Airbnb Winning Battle, Losing War

Airbnb Winning Battle, Losing War

Posted October 27, 2015 by

My October 20 article touting Airbnb’s marketing prowess in San Francisco’s No on F campaign was followed a day later with its new messaging strategy on bus shelters that undermined my praise. The now widely panned campaign, which Airbnb saw
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Rising Tensions as SF Election Nears

Rising Tensions as SF Election Nears

Posted October 20, 2015 by

San Francisco’s November 3 election is two weeks away and tensions are already boiling over. This is most evident in the two most high profile races: the District 3 contest between Julie Christensen and Aaron Peskin and Prop F, which
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SF Elections Hit Homestretch

SF Elections Hit Homestretch

Posted September 8, 2015 by

The November 2015 election has already proved that an uncontested mayor’s race does not mean a boring ballot. To the contrary, many see three high profile races—the D3 Supervisors race, Prop F (short term rentals) and Prop I (Mission moratorium)
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