Proposition Information – Short and Simple

This piece is an unbiased and nonpartisan summary of each of the propositions currently on the ballots for the State and San Francisco elections.

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Conservatory in the Court! Judge Amy Coney Barret Fried During Nomination Hearing

After the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump nominated a controversial figure to fill Ginsburg’s seat. Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination has been one of the most controversial nominations in U.S. history. 

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Voters Concerned Over Country’s Economic Downfall, Election Integrity, and Lack of Resources

San Francisco voters including students and City College staff expressed issues they care about in the upcoming election. Some of their concerns pertain to economic issues, housing, election integrity, and providing support during the pandemic. 

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Essential Workers, not Corporations: No on 22

One of the propositions in the 2020 ballot is prop 22. Prop 22, as described in the ballot, “Exempts App‑Based Transportation and Delivery Companies from Providing Employee Benefits to Certain Drivers”. Gig companies like Uber, Lyft, and Instacart have spent over $180 million in propaganda to convince voters of the benefits of this propositions; However, this proposition isn’t about benefiting workers, it’s about profit. 

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Letter To the Editor

Dear CCSF students and community,    Four of seven seats on CCSF’s Board of Trustees are up for election. Trustees

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