Make your voice count. Voting gives you the opportunity to influence who will represent your interests and what issues are important to you.
San Francisco voters will decide key issues on November 5, including electing the Mayor and other City positions that have a direct influence on our lives. Join UCSF Advocates events around campus to learn more about what's on the ballot. Make sure you are registered to vote!
Meet the Candidates
Vote for City-wide offices including Mayor, City Attorney, District Attorney, Public Defender, Sheriff, Treasurer, Board of Education (one seat), and Community College Board (one seat). If you live in District 5, you will also vote for District 5 Supervisor. Candidates for each office are listed here.
Join UCSF Advocates for civic engagement activities around campus:
Ballot Initiative Forum
Hosted by the League of Women Voters of San Francisco & SF Dept. of Elections
Thursday, October 17, 5:30 - 6:30pm
Mission Hall, Room 1400, Mission Bay
What’s on San Francisco’s November ballot? Approach this election season with well-informed confidence. Join the SF Dept. of Elections, SF League of Women Voters, UCSF Advocates, and the UCSF Science Policy Group for a nonpartisan discussion about the duties of each elected office you’ll be voting on, what ranked choice voting is all about, and both sides of each ballot measure.
Friends and community members are welcome! Refreshments will be served.
Guidelines for political activities at UCSF. As a 501(c)(3) and a state entity, there are legal restrictions on the types of political activities UCSF employees can engage in on behalf of UCSF. Follow these do’s and don’ts for advocacy in your UCSF and personal capacities.