Election night in San Francisco wrapped up with the incumbent Ed Lee holding less than the majority he needed for an outright win, with John Avalos and Dennis Herrera in [...]
Rose Pak had more in mind than a light Thai dinner when she walked into the now-shuttered Bong Su restaurant, with David Chiu in tow, on 3rd and Folsom in March 2009.
San Francisco powerbroker Rose Pak has always taken care of the CCP's interests; now her hand-picked mayoral candidate Ed Lee faces the voters.
Phil Ting is the current Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco, since being appointed to the position in 2005. He began his career as a real estate financial advisor, and later served as Executive Director of the [...]
An interview with Tony Hall, the San Francisco mayoral election candidate, who is a married father of seven children and has spent 35 years working in various positions in San [...]
Grassroots organizations in Chinatown are working hard to get the vote out for interim Mayor Ed Lee—work that includes filling out ballots for voters, collecting [...]
An interview with Dennis Herrera, the San Francisco mayoral election candidate, who is the city attorney for San Francisco.
An interview with Joanna Rees, the San Francisco mayoral election candidate, a venture capitalist who also teaches at Santa Clara University.
San Francisco's Chinatown Community Development Center is getting money thrown its way from the Mayor's Office, but has little to show for it and even less accountability, [...]
Interim mayor Ed Lee's election campaign has been embroiled in more allegations of dubious electioneering practices.