May has been a rough month for mayoral candidate Dennis Herrera, but nothing gets you back up on your feet again like an endorsement from San Francisco’s longest serving elected official. Read More
A lobbyist close to City Attorney Dennis Herrera who is also partners with Herrera’s campaign consultant sent out an email blast earlier this month encouraging his contacts to attend a fundraiser for the mayoral candidate. Read More
If pension reform were running for mayor this year, it would be the only candidate in a crowded field that could gain more than 50 percent of the vote.
That’s why all eyes will be focused on it next week when the Board of Supervisors receives a long-awaited version of a negotiated retirement plan for The City’s public employees. Read More
There was nothing shady about how the new managers of Stow Lake Boathouse got their contract, a preliminary court ruling suggested Monday, but the lawsuit did vividly expose the inner workings of City Hall. Read More
A consultant to City Attorney Dennis Herrera and District Attorney George Gascón abruptly resigned from their campaigns Tuesday following news reports suggesting he illegally lobbied the mayoral hopeful and also failed to report his lobbying of three city commissioners. Read More
Alex Tourk abruptly resigned as campaign consultant for City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Tuesday following allegations that he illegally lobbied the mayoral candidate in the midst of a court case alleging backroom deals with the Stow Lake Boathouse contract. Read More
Nine mayoral candidates put their records on the line Thursday night at a University of San Francisco forum that offered the first real chance in a long election season to differentiate themselves from the pack. Read More
City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s yearly missive warning about the dangers of alcoholic beverages marketed to youth arrived right on time Thursday, this time targeting Pabst Brewing Company’s “Blast by Colt 45” as a “fruit flavored binge-in-a-can.” Read More
Hey techies, here’s a chance to meet the front runners in the mayor’s race without having to leave your seat.
Eight of 31 current candidates for San Francisco mayor will be part of an online townhall meeting on June 16. Those lucky candidates include Michela Alioto-Pier, David Chiu, Bevan Dufty, Tony Hall, Dennis Herrera, Joanna Rees, Phil Ting and Leland Yee. Read More
The City Attorney’s Office has sued a chef who allegedly tricked recent immigrants into paying up to $4,000 for job training, then had them working catering events without pay on the false promise of future employment. Read More