Temporary Hotel Districts Through December 2020

Tony Semasko Ext 750

Caza

Fairmont Heritage FW

Holiday Inn Express FW

Holiday Inn FW

Intercontinental

Marriott FW

Marriott Pulse (Pier 2620)

Parc 55

Park Central

Riu Plaza

 

Rafael Leiva Ext 725

Aloft SFO

Crowne Plaza Burlingame

Grand Hyatt SFO

Grosvenor Hotel

Holiday Inn Express SFO

Hyatt Regency Burlingame

Kabuki

Lighthouse Hotel

St. Francis

Westin SFO

 

Lizzy Tapia Ext 723

Hilton

 

Alexis Luna-Torres Ext 753

Buchanan

Carlton

Cartwright

Chancellor

Comfort Inn

Courtyard Marriott FW

Hampton

Handlery

Hotel G

Hotel Via

(Hyatt Place)

Laurel Inn

(Loew’s Hotel)

The Marker

Marriott (4th St.)

Pickwick

Spero

Triton

Virgin

Whitcomb

Zephyr

Motels

– Royal Pacific

– Seal Rock

– Travelodge by the Bay

– Wharf Inn

Oxford Hotels

– Americania

– Carriage Inn

– The Good Hotel

Personality Hotels

– Diva

– Kensington Park

– Union Square Hotel

 

Ruthe Offill Ext 755

Fairmont

Mark Hopkins

Palace

St. Regis Hotel

“W” Hotel

 

Josephine Rivera Ext 712

Grand Hyatt

Hilton Financial District

Huntington

Hyatt Regency

Marriott Union Square

Sir Francis Drake

Stanford Court

 

 Jo Radbill Ext 802

BEI Hotel

Clift

Courtyard Marriott 2nd St.

Four Seasons

Holiday Inn Golden Gateway

Omni

Vitale

Rally to Defend Democracy!

 

Working people are rising up to make sure that we count every vote – we won’t let Trump steal this election!
 

Join UNITE HERE Local 2 and other Bay Area unions on Saturday at noon at Harry Bridges Plaza (Embarcadero and Market St.) in San Francisco. It’s time to defeat Trump and defend democracy. Click here to RSVP.
 

#TakeBack2020 #CountEveryVote

Local 2 Election Endorsements: San Francisco

For San Mateo endorsements, click here.

 

PRESIDENTIAL: Joe Biden & Kamala Harris

CONGRESS: Nancy Pelosi

 

STATE SENATE

District 11: Jackie Fielder

District 13: Josh Becker

 

STATE ASSEMBLY

District 17: David Chiu

District 19: Phil Ting

 

SUPERVISORS

District 1: Connie Chan

District 3: Aaron Peskin

District 5: Dean Preston

District 7: Vilaska Nguyen or Myrna Melgar (dual endorsement, rank either as 1st and 2nd choice)

District 9: Hillary Ronen

District 11: Ahsha Safai

 

STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS

Proposition 15 (Increases Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing Tax Assessment of Commercial and Industrial Property): YES

Proposition 16 (Authorizes California Repeal Proposition 209 Affirmative Action Amendment): YES

Proposition 17 (Authorizes California Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole Amendment): YES

Proposition 18 (California Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment):  YES

Proposition 19 (Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment): YES

Proposition 22 (Changes Employment Classification Rules for App-based Transportation and Delivery Drivers): NO

Proposition 23 (Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Establishes Minimum Staffing and Other Requirements): YES

Proposition 25 (Referendum to Overturn 2018 Law that Replaced Money Bail System with a System Based on Public Safety Risk): YES

 

San Francisco Ballot Measures

Measure A (Health & Homelessness, Parks & Streets Bond): YES

Measure B (Department of Sanitation and Streets, Sanitation and Streets Commission, and Public Works Commission): YES

Measure C (Removing Citizenship Requirements for Members of City Bodies): YES

Measure D (Sheriff Oversight): YES

Measure E (Police Staffing): YES

Measure G (Youth Voting in Local Elections): YES

Measure H (Neighborhood Commercial Districts and City Permitting (“Save our Small Businesses”): NO

Measure J (Parcel Tax for SF Unified School District): YES

Measure K (Affordable Housing Authorization): YES

Measure L (CEO tax): YES

Measure RR (Funds for CalTrain): YES

 

San Francisco School Board

Mark Sanchez

Jenny Lam

Kevine Boggess

Matt Alexander

 

BART Board

Bevan Dufty

 

City College Trustees

Alan Wong

Shanell Williams

Tom Temprano

 

Local 2 Election Endorsements: San Mateo County

For San Francisco endorsements, click here.

 

PRESIDENTIAL: Joe Biden & Kamala Harris

CONGRESS: Jackie Speier (14th District) & Anna Eshoo (18th District)

 

STATE SENATE

District 11: Jackie Fielder

District 13: Josh Becker

 

STATE ASSEMBLY

District 22: Kevin Mullen

District 24: Marc Berman

 

STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS

Proposition 15 (Increases Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing Tax Assessment of Commercial and Industrial Property): YES

Proposition 16 (Authorizes California Repeal Proposition 209 Affirmative Action Amendment): YES

Proposition 17 (Authorizes California Voting Rights Restoration for Persons on Parole Amendment): YES

Proposition 18 (California Voting for 17-Year-Olds Amendment):  YES

Proposition 19 (Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment): YES

Proposition 22 (Changes Employment Classification Rules for App-based Transportation and Delivery Drivers): NO

Proposition 23 (Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Establishes Minimum Staffing and Other Requirements): YES

Proposition 25 (Referendum to Overturn 2018 Law that Replaced Money Bail System with a System Based on Public Safety Risk): YES

 

LOCAL CANDIDATE RACES:

Belmont City Council
Tom McCune

Davina Hurt

Brisbane City Council
Karen Cunningham

Cliff Lentz

Brisbane School District

Mea Christie

Karen Lentz

Daly City Council
Juslyn Manalo

Shakeel Ali

East Palo Alto City Council
Lisa Gauthier

Larry Moody

Carlos Romero

Foster City Council
Sam Hindi

Patrick Sullivan

Jefferson School District
Manufou Liaiga-Anoa’i

Andrea Jordan

Menlo Park City Council
District 3: Jen Wolosin

District 5: Ray Mueller

Menlo Park Fire

Virginia Chang Kiraly

Robert Silano

Millbrae City Council
Gina Papan

Ann Schneider

Anders Fung

Pacifica School District

Marissa Arena

Ravenswood Elementary School District
Bronwyn Alexander

Redwood City Council

District 1: Jeff Gee

District 3: Janet Borgens

District 4: Michael Smith

District 7: Alicia Aguirre

San Bruno Mayor
Rico Medina

San Bruno City Council 
Michael Salazar

Stephen Marshall

San Bruno Park Elementary School District
Jennifer Blanco

San Carlos City Council 
Ron Collins

John Dugan

San Mateo City Council
Amourence Lee

Diane Papan

San Mateo Union High School District
Greg Land

Neal Kaufman

San Mateo County Board of Education Trustee Area 4 
Rod Hsiao

San Mateo County Community College District
District 1: Lisa Petrides

District 3: Dave Mandelkern

District 5: John Pimentel

San Mateo County Harbor District Commissioner
District 4: Tom Mattusch

District 5: Virginia Chang Kiraly

Sequoia Union High School District
Area C: Rich Ginn

Area E: Shawneece Stevenson

South San Francisco City Council

District 2: Mark Nagales

District 4: Rich Garbarino

 

REGIONAL MEASURES:

Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (‘Caltrain’) Measure RR: YES

 

LOCAL MEASURES:

Daly City Measure Q: Sales Tax Measure: YES

East Palo Alto Measure V: Hotel Room Tax Measure: YES

Half Moon Bay Measure U: Hotel Room Tax Measure: YES

San Bruno Measure S: Cannabis Business Tax Measure­ YES

San Bruno Measure X: Hotel Room Tax Measure­: YES

San Mateo City Measure R: General Plan Amendment Measure: YES

San Mateo City Measure W: Hotel Room Tax Measure: YES

San Mateo City Measure Y: General Plan Amendment Measure Citizens Initiative: NO

San Mateo-Foster City School District Measure T: Bond Measure: YES

Jefferson Elementary School District Measure Z: Bond Measure: YES

New York Times report: Chase Center, Oracle Park workers fighting back!

New York Times report: Connie Sarmiento was one of 2,100 concessions workers terminated by the Golden State Warriors and San Francisco Giants’ food service contractor. UNITE HERE Local 2 members fought back, and terminations were rescinded at Oracle Park – but not at Chase Center.

Warriors, why won’t you protect us workers during #COVID19?

Vote NO on Prop 22

Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are spending $181 million to pass Prop 22. If they win, there will be a race to the bottom because corporations that do not follow basic labor laws, like minimum wage and workers’ compensation, will have an unfair advantage. Union jobs in hospitality, construction, retail, public transit and many other industries are at risk.

We say NO on Prop 22. Click here to go to www.sickofgiggreed.com and take the pledge to vote No on Prop 22.

Stop Corporate Greed: Vote YES on Prop 15 and NO on Prop 22

For years, corporations have used shady tactics to avoid paying their fair share in California. YES on Prop 15 and NO on Prop 22 will hold wealthy CEOs accountable so that our workforce, schools, and communities can thrive. This November, vote YES on Prop 15 and No on Prop 22 to put an end to corporate greed!

Voting YES on Prop 15 will reclaim $12 billion for schools and critical local services by closing property tax loopholes that benefit the wealthy. Vote YES on Prop 15! #YesOn15

Prop 22 will allow greedy corporations like Uber and Lyft to undermine workers. It’s time to turn all jobs into good jobs and provide protections for ALL working people. Vote NO on Prop 22! #NoOnProp22 #SickofGigGreed

NBC Bay Area: “Hundreds Gather for Labor Day Protest in San Francisco”

Yesterday we showed Marriott, Lyft, and the San Francisco Giants that when workers are under attack, we fight back – even during COVID-19! Click here to watch NBC Bay Area’s coverage of our powerful Labor Day action.

Labor Day Action: Fight Back!

ACTION ALERT: Monday September 7th
MARCH: Assemble at Yerba Buena Park at 3:45pm
CAR CARAVAN: Meet at Yerba Buena Park in front of St. Patrick Church at 3:45pm

Join the San Francisco Labor Council, SEIU Local 87, and UNITE HERE Local 2 to reclaim Labor Day for workers. We’ll have a march and car caravan to fight back against local corporate villains at Marriott’s St. Regis hotel, Lyft corporate headquarters, and the SF Giants’ Oracle Park.

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USA TODAY: Oracle Park workers demand help from SF Giants

BIG NEWS: USA TODAY reports on ballpark workers’ powerful campaign for justice. Click here to read the article.

“It’s devastating. I [used to work] three jobs and [now they’re all] gone,” said Connie Sarmiento, a cashier at Oracle Park. “They’re billionaires,” she said of the Giants. “This is the right time to show their support for us, go back on the table, negotiate with the Local 2, and try to deal with this pandemic.”

“Many of these workers who have spent decades providing service to this team are being told, ‘Good luck, hopefully we see you next year, good luck paying rent, good luck securing health care in a global pandemic.’ We find that unacceptable,” said Anand Singh, President of UNITE HERE Local 2. “We think these workers deserve better and the Giants have the power and the means to do better.”

Click here to read the article.