Ballots and brews

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 staff. This event is generously sponsored by the Koret Foundation.

SPUR members register here
$20 non-members register here

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