SPUR Young Urbanists: Ballots and brews

"Join the Young Urbanists for an informal gathering and learn what’s on the ballot for the June election and what it means for San Francisco. You’ll hear the inside story from SPUR policy staff and other members of our ballot analysis committee. BYOB: Bring your own ballot and we’ll provide some wine (and beer), snacks and political insight. This event is generously sponsored by the Koret Foundation."

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