San Francisco

Affordable Housing on the Ballot: Discerning the Differences between Prop D vs Prop E

Lunchtime Forum


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On November 8, San Francisco voters will be asked to choose between two competing charter amendments - Prop D vs Prop E - to streamline the creation of new affordable and workforce housing. While the two ballot measures may sound similar, the policy details included in each make a significant difference in the impact each would have on affordable housing production in San Francisco.

In the meantime, read up on a few (of many) differences between both measures on our blog and get your questions ready.

  • Mauren Sedonaen / Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
  • Dan Calamuci / NorCal Carpenters Union
  • Sujata Srivastava / SPUR
  • Sarah Dennis Phillips / Tishman Speyer




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