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SF’s Anti-Democratic Prop D-Low-Turnout Elections Not “Progressive”

I understand why San Francisco’s progressive establishment is backing Prop D, which changes the process of filling vacant supervisor seats. What I cannot accept, however, are claims that an initiative promoting low-turnout, special off year elections is more “progressive” or Read More » The post SF’s Anti-Democratic Prop D-Low-Turnout Elections Not “Progressive” appeared first on Beyond Chron.
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