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Bay Area Reporter Online
San Francisco gay, lesbian and bisexual political newspaper offers commentary on local social, sexual, and economic issues.
Beyond Chron
Alternative online daily newspaper offers city-based political, social, and economic critique critical of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Chinese Progressive Association
Political based area organization working to improve the living and working conditions of city based immigrants.
Feldstein, Lisa
District 5 supervisor candidate in November 2004 election. Includes her position on the issues, endorsements, and contact information.
Gray Panthers - San Francisco
Political organization working to improve conditions for older members of the city. Features a calendar, newsletters and organizational information.
Green Action
Environmental issues focused on the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood.
Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council
A non-profit organization dedicated to the resolution and voicing of neighborhood issues.
Harvey Milk Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Democratic Club
Originally the San Francisco Gay Democratic Club the name was change after Harvey's death.
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco
Group works to provide housing rights for tenants in the city. Information also available in Russian.
The Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE)
Program for civic engagement and leadership development at San Francisco State University. Vision, courses, grants, and publications.
League of Women Voters of San Francisco
Local chapter encourages informed and active participation in government, influencing public policy through education and advocacy of local, California and national issues.
Libertarian Party of San Francisco
City based organization promotes candidates for office.
Peace and Freedom Party
Political party that grew out of the Black Panther movement in the 1970's. 2006 endorsements with info about the 2008 election cycle.
Rescue Muni
Transit riders organization working for increased funding for local mass transit.
San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Directory
Index of about 1000 organizations in the area that are related to progressive activism. Listed alphabetically or by keyword.
San Francisco Bay View
African American newspaper covering political issues in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Call
Local weekly paper covers city politics. Read archived issues or recent articles.
San Francisco Democratic Party
News and information about Democratic candidates, elected officials and events for the county and California.
San Francisco for Democracy
Local chapter of the organization founded to support Howard Dean.
San Francisco Green Party
News, voter guide, meeting and event calendar, and volunteer information.
San Francisco Housing Action Coalition
Advocacy organization working for affordable housing in all areas of San Francisco.
San Francisco Labor Council
Local organization of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
San Francisco League of Conservation Voters, SFLCV
Group working on local, city based environmental issues.
San Francisco Republican Party
City GOP organization offers position papers, meeting schedules, and endorsements.
San Francisco Young Democrats
Local political organization for those under 35 years old. Site offers links, forums, and officers.
SF Bay Anarchists
Bay area organization for Anarchist theory, research, and development.
San Francisco Dog Owners Group is an advocacy and education group.
SF Moderates
Focused on increasing the amount of affordable housing, raising school quality, encouraging tech savvy people to vote, and economic growth.
Sierra Club - San Francisco Bay Chapter
Environmental group chapter serving Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, and San Francisco Counties.
Sutro Tower Community Perspectives
Collection of information opposing expansion of the broadcasting tower on Twin Peaks.
Usual Suspects
"San Francisco's political homepage," covering local politics, elections, and governance.
Walk San Francisco
Advocacy group that promotes walking and lobbies for safe pedestrian access in San Francisco.
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