Mike Chen’s Voter Guide for the March 3, 2020 Election, San Francisco

Mike Chen
2 min readFeb 14, 2020

This is focused on San Francisco, but also calls out some regional and state races. Endorsements and some explanations are forthcoming.

This will be expanded into a voter guide with more links, coming soon.

Here’s how to register to vote, and how to vote.

Democratic Party Contests

Democratic Nominee, President of the United States: Elizabeth Warren
SF Democratic County Central Committee, Assembly District 17
— — Kristen Asato-Webb
— — Nima Rahimi
— — Mike Chen
— — Austin Hunter
— — Tyra Fennell
— — Victor Olivieri
— — Mick Del Rosario
— — Carole Migden
— — Bivett Brackett
— — Vallie Brown
— — Tami Bryant
— — Steven Buss
— — Nancy Tung
Democratic County Central Committee, Assembly District 19
— — Kat Anderson
— — Nadia Rahman
— — Cyn Wang
— — Suzy Loftus
— — Jane Natoli
— — Ahsha Safai
— — Seeyew Mo
— — Paul Miyamoto
— — Mary Jung
— — Mawuli Tugbenyoh

Non-partisan races

— US Representative, District 12: Nancy Pelosi
— US Representative, District 14: Jackie Speier
— State Senator, District 7: Marisol Rubio
— State Senator, District 11: Scott Wiener
— State Senator, District 13: Shelly Masur
— State Assembly Member, District 15: Buffy Wicks
— State Assembly Member, District 17: David Chiu
— State Assembly Member, District 19: Phil Ting

San Francisco Superior Court (read more here)

— Judge of the Superior Court, Seat #1: Pang Ly
— Judge of the Superior Court, Seat #18: Dorothy Chou Proudfoot
— Judge of the Superior Court, Seat #21: Kulvindar “Rani” Singh

California Measures

Proposition 13: Yes

San Francisco City/County Measures (quick overview here)

— Proposition A: Yes
— Proposition B: Yes
— Proposition C: Yes
— Proposition D: No
— Proposition E: No

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Mike Chen

I write about San Francisco housing, transportation, politics.