There are numerous local races on the ballot in Bay Area counties outside of San Francisco where qualified LGBTQ candidates are seeking election or reelection in the June 7 primary.
There are eight ballot propositions that San Francisco voters will decide on the June 7 ballot.
California Assemblymembers face election this year, as do some state senators. Below are our recommendations for Bay Area races in the June 7 primary.
We are fortunate in the Bay Area to have a solid Democratic congressional delegation.
Here are the Bay Area Reporter's endorsements for the June 7 primary.
The Bay Area Reporter recommends the following candidates for statewide offices in the June 7 primary.
The B.A.R. editorial board recommends that voters reject the recall of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin on the June 7 ballot.
Another Planet Entertainment needs to work with the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District to ensure that its management of the Castro Theatre benefits everyone.
Now that Florida's "Don't Say Gay" bill has become law, legislators in other states, not surprisingly, are working on similar proposals.
Of course Fox News would announce its hiring of Caitlyn Jenner on Transgender Day of Visibility.
A court challenge is almost certain for Florida's "Don't Say Gay" bill that Republican Governor and potential 2024 presidential candidate Ron DeSantis signed March 28, although that doesn't mean the law will be thrown out anytime soon.
He may be the underdog in the race for the vacant 17th Assembly District seat, but former supervisor David Campos knows what it's like to fight for causes he believes in.
On March 17, 2020, the Bay Area shut down as the coronavirus unleashed its force.