Posts Tagged: Gavin Newsom

SF Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939

“City Hall @ Fulton #7” (San Francisco City Hall from the Western Addition neighborhood) by Nicholas Coley, 24 x 36 inches, oil on canvas, 2013. San Francisco Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939 by Matt Gonzalez Below are the top

SF Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939

“City Hall @ Fulton #7” (San Francisco City Hall from the Western Addition neighborhood) by Nicholas Coley, 24 x 36 inches, oil on canvas, 2013. San Francisco Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939 by Matt Gonzalez Below are the top

PUBLIC CONTRACTING

first published in BeyondChron.org, July 27, 2010 WHY BOTHER BIDDING? by Matt Gonzalez How Fred Bekele won a parking garage contract in San Francisco, only to have it taken away In the summer of 2007, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation

PUBLIC CONTRACTING

first published in BeyondChron.org, July 27, 2010 WHY BOTHER BIDDING? by Matt Gonzalez How Fred Bekele won a parking garage contract in San Francisco, only to have it taken away In the summer of 2007, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation

WILL OF THE VOTERS

first published in BeyondChron.org, May 19, 2006 Two women cycling in Golden Gate Park, 1930s INVOKING THE “WILL OF THE VOTERS” BUT ONLY IF CONVENIENT by Matt Gonzalez SIX YEARS AGO SAN FRANCISCO voters went to the polls to decide

WILL OF THE VOTERS

first published in BeyondChron.org, May 19, 2006 Two women cycling in Golden Gate Park, 1930s INVOKING THE “WILL OF THE VOTERS” BUT ONLY IF CONVENIENT by Matt Gonzalez SIX YEARS AGO SAN FRANCISCO voters went to the polls to decide

GERARDO SANDOVAL vs DON FISHER

first published in San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, June 29, 2005 Gerardo Sandoval A NEW ERA IN SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS? by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS GENERALLY has avoided the nasty mudslinging that political contests in other major cities often

GERARDO SANDOVAL vs DON FISHER

first published in San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, June 29, 2005 Gerardo Sandoval A NEW ERA IN SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS? by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS GENERALLY has avoided the nasty mudslinging that political contests in other major cities often

HOMELESS COUNT IN SAN FRANCISCO

first published in the San Francisco Bay View, February 23, 2005; reprinted in New California Media, March 3, 2005 Homeless encampment in Golden Gate Park, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn GREEN & RED APPLES: THE 2,392 DISAPPEARED HOMELESS IN

HOMELESS COUNT IN SAN FRANCISCO

first published in the San Francisco Bay View, February 23, 2005; reprinted in New California Media, March 3, 2005 Homeless encampment in Golden Gate Park, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn GREEN & RED APPLES: THE 2,392 DISAPPEARED HOMELESS IN