Vote ‘Yes’ on Prop D
San Francisco voters get chance to vote for Affordable Homes Now this November
This November, San Franciscans can boost affordable homebuilding by voting to cut the red tape that ties up residential construction projects in the city.
Proposition D (“Affordable Homes Now”) is backed by Habitat Greater San Francisco and a who’s who of pro-housing supporters, led by SF Mayor London Breed and SF State Senator Scott Wiener.
Together we can remove some of the biggest hurdles that face affordable development, help grow our stock of housing for our essential workers, and ease the burden on our working families.
Proposition D became eligible to be included on the November ballot after more than 52,000 registered San Francisco voters signed-on to support its inclusion. To pass, it requires 50%+1 of votes cast and needs to get more votes than the ‘opposition’ measure, Prop E.
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco is joined by other nonprofit homebuilders familiar with operating in challenging permitting environments including Mission Housing. Affordable Homes Now partners include the NorCal Carpenters Union, SPUR, and the Housing Action Coalition.
This November, we all invite you to vote YES on Proposition D.
We also ask that you vote NO on Proposition E — a competing measure that will not result in more affordable homes being built.
San Francisco voters will receive their ballots in the mail on or around October 10, 2022. The ballot must be returned on or before election day (November 8, 2022)