Opponents of Prop. B head to the Mission

Another day, another supervisor campaigning against Proposition B, the pension reform measure on the Nov. 2 ballot. On Monday, opponents of Prop. B, including Supervisor David Campos, firefighters, nurses, teachers and Latino community leaders will walk through the Mission distributing “No on B” campaign signs and talking to voters in the neighborhood. The group will congregate at 1:30 p.m. at Mission and 25th Street.

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