As a 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) nonprofit, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is able to make political endorsements. Our election slate and endorsements help us transform San Francisco into a better, safer, more comfortable place to bike. Our members weigh in on our endorsements, helping us select the most bike-friendly candidates.
This November 4, San Franciscans will head to the polls to elect five Supervisors and vote on very important transportation-related ballot measures. Voters will have an opportunity to ensure that we keep San Francisco rolling on its way to a better, more bike-friendly city. This year’s election is crucial and San Francisco Bicycle Coalition members will have an opportunity to help shape the city for years to come. Stay tuned for our endorsement process.
Supervisor Districts up for Election
The Board of Supervisors decide on many bike issues, including bike projects in their neighborhood and bike funding in the City budget. Getting bike-friendly Supervisors in these Districts is key to the success of our bike network and Connecting the City. The following Districts are up for election this year:
District 2: Marina and Pacific Heights
District 4: Sunset District
District 6: SoMa, the Tenderloin and Treasure Island
District 8: Castro, Noe Valley and Diamond Heights
District 10: Bayview/Hunters Point, Potrero Hill and Visitation Valley
Register to Vote
Not a voter? No worries! You can register to vote right now online through the California Online Voter Registration Website (Spanish version available). You may also request a Voter Registration card by calling the SF Department of Elections at 415-554-4411 or filling out their online form or pick one up at the Department of Elections (City Hall), any public library branches, some City offices, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and post offices. Already registered to vote? Take a couple of minutes to lookup and confirm all your information is up to date.