“When I was 7 months pregnant, we were served with an eviction notice and now are paying $600 more in rent just to stay in the City.”
School Social Worker
“Prop A will invest in more low-income and middle class housing, so that the city’s seniors can stay in this city we love.”
Xian Ru & Niu Mei Yu
“As a teacher and Mission resident, I support Prop A because it helps educators afford to live in the communities they serve.”
“Housing affordability strengthens the economy for everyone and will help keep SF a city where businesses of all sizes can thrive.”
Small Business Owner
Proposition A will repair dilapidated public housing for the city’s lowest-income families.
Prop A, the $310 million housing bond, builds critically needed homes for low and middle income San Franciscans without raising taxes.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, Mayor Ed Lee, the entire Board of Supervisors, affordable housing advocates, and local small businesses all support Prop A and urge you to vote YES on November 3rd.
Passing Prop A is critical for making San Francisco a more affordable place for residents to live and work. It creates housing for seniors, veterans and people with disabilities, while providing loan assistance for teachers who want to live in the communities where they work. Additionally, Prop A repairs dilapidated public housing and creates new housing opportunities for our city's homeless.
“A” is for Affordability!
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