1. It’s Election Day in San Francisco, which means that besides heading to your polling place to cast your ballot, you should check out one (or all) of these local election guides. I’ve already touted San Francisco Public Press’ nonpartisan election guide as my favorite, but there are many (many) more out there. Here’s a relatively straightforward guide from The Frisc, and another one from Curbed SF. Then there’s this “quick and dirty guide” from the folks at SFist.
If you’re looking for election-related stories beyond your surface-level guides and endorsements, consider reading journalist-of-the-year Joe Eskenazi’s story, “Is this an election? Or an experiment … or both?,” published by Mission Local. The Bold Italic also put out a really good read yesterday about how today’s District Attorney race could potentially “determine the course of the city.”