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Kamala Harris speaks at the Commonwealth Club tonight. Here’s a resolution from the Bar Association supporting her position on the Hill case:

RESOLUTION OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO

WHEREAS,the Bar Association of San Francisco (“BASF”) supports fair,impartial and effective law enforcement in the City and County of San Francisco;

WHEREAS,the . . . →Read More:

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Arianna Huffington,Carole Migden,Joan Blades and Susie Tompkins Bell are scheduled to speak tonight at Cowell Theatre in Fort Mason,7 p.m.

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About 100 people came out to Green Party candidate Rene Saucedo’s District 9 campaign kickoff last week. “Good energy,”said Green County Council member Marc Salomon.

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San Francisco Librarian Susan Hildreth is taking off to lead the Tucson-Pima Public Library in Arizona. She said she’s appreciated working with Mayor Gavin Newsom,but the job is a “great opportunity I didn’t want to pass up.”

Here’s the e-mail she sent staff on Friday:

“Greetings to all staff. I have some difficult news . . . →Read More:

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Tucked into a lengthy Charter Amendment introduced last Tuesday by Matt Gonzalez is this line:“delete the specific number of Board aides set in the Charter.”Gonzalez also plans to on May 18 introduce a Charter amendment on non-citizen voting rights for School Board elections.

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Recently retired Superior Court Judge Lillian Sing is “seriously considering”a run for District 1 supervisor at this point. …Nascent candidate Joe O’Donoghue,who like Sing would have to finalize a D1 residence for a run there,hasn’t yet filed papers with the Department of Elections. “People think I’m not serious. I’m serious as . . . →Read More:

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Green Party activist Susan King is filing for a D5 supervisor run. Official filings are up to 25.

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Former Planning Commissioner Lisa Feldstein is building a Web site for her run in District 5 and has a new logo very much the same as the logo D5 incumbent Matt Gonzalez used in his mayoral run. Hers is green,highlighting a party affiliation more popular in her district than The City as a whole. . . . →Read More:

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Ruth Dewson says she WON’T run for D5 supervisor. She watched a board hearing on TV and decided that was craziness she doesn’t need. But doesn’t that make her qualified?

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The Terry Baum saga continues. She’s suing,with help from Arlo Hale Smith. And,coming soon to a Rules Committee near you:

040465 [Report on processing of write-in votes for the March 2nd election] Hearing to receive report from the Director of the Department of Elections on the processing of write-in votes for the March . . . →Read More:

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