Sunday, October 17, 2004

Examiner voter guide:

Attention candidates and campaign staff: The Examiner is printing a district-by-district voter guide - free press for any and all supervisor candidates - but I'm not sure if the message is getting through by e-mail. Several of your e-mail addresses are rejecting mail, and this has a deadline of Monday, Oct. 18, noon. The four questions for each candidate are printed below, and answers should go to ahampton@examiner.com. We'd also like a jpg photo, if we haven't already got one from you, and your Web site address and occupation (preferably as it appears in the voter guide). Please limit each response to 40 words or less. Thanks. ...

For all supervisor candidates:

What city spending would you increase and what would you cut to pay for it?

How would you encourage citywide economic growth?


For District 1:

What is your opinion of increasing the number of multi-story apartment buildings in the Richmond?

How would you influence the impact Presidio development has on the neighborhoods?


For District 2:

How would you influence the impact Presidio development has on the neighborhoods?

What would you do to encourage small businesses in District 2?

For District 3:

How would you influence the Piers 27-31 development issue?

What is the best way to bring nighttime business to Chinatown?


For District 5:

How would you work to reduce violence in the district?

How would you influence the redevelopment of the UC parcel?


For District 7:

How would you help young adults in your district to purchase homes and stay in San Francisco?

Should the new Laguna Honda be reserved only for seniors or include younger disabled and mentally ill San Franciscans?


For District 9:

What would you do reduce gang violence in the Mission?

How would you influence the proposed Home Depot development on Bayshore Blvd. and its impacts on Bernal Heights?


For District 11:

How would you balance congestion concerns with the need for increased housing in your district?

What would you do to encourage small businesses in District 11?

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