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The Small Business Advocates endorsement in D5 goes to Francis Somsel and Jim Siegel. That’s a good independent business endorsement from the group fighting with the mayor and his team on Proposition K.

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National Women’s Political Caucus SF endorsements:District 1:Lillian Sing District 2:Michela Alioto-Pier District 5:Lisa Feldstein District 7:No Endorsement District 9:Renee Saucedo District 11:Rebecca Silverberg School Board:Heather Hiles,Jane Kim,Jill Wynns Community College Board:Natalie Berg

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Supervisor challenger Lucrecia Bermudez is spanking incumbent Tom Ammiano for welcoming the Guardian Angels into the Mission in an effort to combat street crime. One pithy paragraph:“If someone is wounded or killed,or somebody’s civil or legal rights are violated because of the presence or actions of this ‘informal’group of goons,who is . . . →Read More:

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Best house sign spotted on the trail:Michael O’Connor for District 5. Win or lose,this retro placard with a childishly drawn streetscape and the slogan “Civic Thought,Civic Action”is a keeper. …

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Heather blows the cap,first time in history?

“SF ETHICS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES THAT THE VOLUNTARY SPENDING LIMIT HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD

The San Francisco Ethics Commission announced today that San Francisco’s $90,000 voluntary spending limit for candidates for the Board of Education of the San Francisco Unified School District in the November . . . →Read More:

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While Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a model Republican on economic issues and appeases liberal state voters with his social stances,he’s earned the anger of a conservative pro-family group,which last week went ugly on the governor,using his favorite tongue-in-cheek slight to ding him for carrying out the “homosexual agenda” and signing an insurance . . . →Read More:

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You know you’ve entered the world of San Francisco politics when wanting more parking makes you’re a conservative. …when one side calls the move to preserve the low-rent Trinity Plaza apartments “saving rent control” and the other calls it “keeping dangerous slums.” …

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Pledge to vote,enter to win $100,000. You’re doing it anyway. …

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Welcome news for some:ETHICS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES FULL FUNDING OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE PROGRAM

The San Francisco Ethics Commission today announced that it will no longer pro-rate funding under the Election Campaign Fund and that participating candidates will be able to qualify for the maximum $43,750.00 allowed under the law. Due to a funding shortfall,the . . . →Read More:

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Spelling is fixed on Ramos’site. …

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