Your Call SF Election Special: Following the money, the mayoral race, & propositions

May 16, 2018

  

Every Wednesday, through the day after Election Day on June 5th, we will air a special Your Call focusing on San Francisco's mayoral race, propositions, regional measures.


This week, we'll follow the money and discuss the influence of special interest groups and big donors. What do they want in return? We'll also talk about the mayoral race and propositions, including one that could make San Francisco the first city in the nation to ban flavored tobacco products from all store shelves.

Guests:

 

Tim Redmond, founder and editor of 48 Hills

Joe Eskenazi, columnist for Mission Local and contributor to SF Public Press

Larry Bush, founder of Friends of Ethics

Web Resources:

Mission Local: Voters can track millions flowing into local races. Do they give a damn?

City and Country of San Francisco Ethics Commission: Campaign Finance Dashboards – June 5, 2018 and November 6, 2018 Elections

48hills: Campaign trail: Alioto, Breed seek GOP support …