SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Post election recap

"Please join SPUR for what has become one of our most popular traditions: the post-election recap. David Latterman and Alex Clemens give us an insider’s look into what happened and why. They’ll also be lending insight into the fall 2010 election, which promises to provide fireworks." 

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SPUR Forum: Post Election Recap

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From SPUR: The upcoming election puts hot-button issues before the voters. What will the results mean for the city and for the next set of election cycles to come? In a much-loved tradition, SPUR and local political analysts provide a witty and incisive post-election recap. + Alex Clemens / Barbary Coast Consulting + David Latterman / Fall Line Analytics

SPUR Post-election Recap

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From SPUR: The November 2011 election promises to be one of the most exciting in recent memory. What will the election results mean for San Francisco, and who will be our next mayor? In one of SPUR’s best-loved traditions, join political analysts Alex Clemens and David Latterman for our post-election recap.

SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Post-Election Recap

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From SPUR: The November 2010 election promises to be one of the most exciting in recent memory. What will the election results mean for San Francisco? In one of SPUR’s best-loved traditions, join political analysts Alex Clemens and David Latterman for our post-election recap.

This Week: Election Day, Election Recap, Bay Area Bridges

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday ELECTION DAY! Haven’t made up your mind on local measures, be sure to check out endorsement guides from SPUR, The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, BikeEastBay, and, of course, Streetsblog, which is endorsing several measures, including the BART bond/RR, J&K and Oakland’s KK. Wednesday Post Election Recap. The upcoming […]

Ballots and brews

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From SPUR: Join the Young Urbanists for an informal gathering and learn what (and who) is on the ballot for the November election. This year’s election will include eight ballot measures and will decide who will be San Francisco’s next Mayor. BYOB (Bring Your Own Ballot) and come hear the inside story from SPUR policy […]