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We need Yes on A to build more affordable homes so local workers can keep living in San Francisco

Working San Franciscans like many nurses, teachers, and first responders simply can’t afford the average-priced San Francisco home.

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Yes on A

BUILDS HOUSING FOR WORKING FAMILIES

Wages for working families have not kept up with the cost of housing. Yes on A will help create 1,500 units of affordable housing for working San Franciscans, survivors of domestic violence, seniors, and first responders.

BUILDS HOUSING FOR SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

$30 million from Yes on A will be specifically for women who need stable housing after experiencing street violence, domestic violence and abuse, sexual assault, or human trafficking.

HELPS SAN FRANCISCO MEET OUR HOUSING GOALS

Yes on A will help San Francisco meet its state-mandated goal to build 46,000 units of affordable housing.

INCLUDES STRICT ACCOUNTABILITY

Yes on A will have strict accountability for results with independent annual financial audits.

WILL NOT INCREASE TAXES OR RENT

The City of San Francisco has a long-standing policy of only putting new bonds on the ballot when it will have no impact on property tax rates. Yes on A follows that policy: enough past bond debt has been paid off that approving this measure will not increase tax rates.

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Prop A is endorsed by:

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Nancy Pelosi

Speaker Emerita

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London Breed

San francisco Mayor

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Aaron Peskin

Board of Supervisors president

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SF Democratic Party

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Habitat for Humanity Greater SF

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San Francisco Labor Council

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CCHO

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Mission Housing Development Corporation

We’re grateful for your donations!

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Vote Yes on A on or before March 5th!

You can choose to cast your ballot by mail or in person.