November 2nd, 2010
Please cast your vote for Steve Moss today. With your help, we can win, and work to create a better District 10 for all! If you need a ride to the polls, or want to help get out the vote, contact: Scott Alonzo, 415-241-0261
November 2nd, 2010
November 3rd – 5th, 6th
To combat litter, we'll pay five cents for every (non-mailed) Moss flyer or house sign returned to us. Limit $20 per person. Bring these materials to our campaign office between November 3 and November 5, or come to our table at the Third Street Square in Bayview from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on November 6..
October 26th, 2010
Please join Forest Gray, Presiden Speakeasy Ales & Lagers. Tuesday evening, October 26th from 6-8pm.
October 21st, 2010
Check out this week's Bay Citizen article for some context on the race, and why Steve's been getting such a hard time from a few groups READ MORE
September 2nd, 2010
Steve Moss sees the future of District 10 as a great opportunity -- for all of California. "We are a solution to the state's problem," he told us. Development in D 10 can help solve suburban sprawl and reduce commuting time and build a more sustainable state. But that means the state and the region need to help pay for the infrastructure needed to accomodate some 40,000 new residences over the next 20 years. READ MORE
September 2nd, 2010
1. How often do you rely on Muni to get you around town? If not, what do you use instead? What would make it easier for you to choose Muni over other forms of transportation?
Before I launched my campaign, I used MUNI several times a week, mostly to get downtown or to City Hall. Given the time pressures of campaigning, as well as inadequate public transport service coverage, I currently tend to rely on my car. It would be easier to choose Muni if San Francisco moved towards developing an information system matched with a diversity of transport modes – from shared cars, shared taxis, vans, buses, and biking – that increases access and improves transit’s overall experience and effectiveness. We should be able to step out of our homes and workplaces, and know that we can get where we want to go in a pre-estimated length of time, using whatever mix of public transport systems are most suitable for the journey. READ MORE
August 9th, 2010
PG&E is brightening the street lights along Persia Avenue in the Excelsior. Richmond District residents are upset that Muni buses are now running along 15th Avenue. The reopened Potrero Hill public library is boosting business on 20th Street. For San Francisco's vibrant neighborhood newspapers, local issues are the ones that bring in readers. "We serve as the neighborhood hall and the village square," said Steven Moss, publisher of the Potrero View, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. READ MORE
August 6th, 2010
As pretty much everyone knows by now, Jeff Adachi collected enough signatures to place a charter amendment on the November ballot that would reform the city’s retirement and health benefits plan. His amendment has become such a hot political topic that the Potrero Hill Democractic Club asked the 15 candidates who spoke at the club’s August 2 and 3 District 10 forums what they thought of Adachi’s “smart reform.". READ MORE
August 3rd, 2010
For months now--and in a few cases, over a year- a bunch of dedicated residents have been campaigning in the hopes of becoming the next supervisor in districts 2,4,6,8 and 10. But now comes the moment of truth:
Between July 12 and August 6, all these potential candidates must file all necessary paperwork and pay all necessary fees to qualify for the November ballot. READ MORE
May 10, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO -- Steve Moss, candidate for District 10 Supervisor, announced today that his campaign committee has received an additional $36,340 in matching public funds, bringing his public finance total to $46,340: the most any publicly financed candidate has received in San Francisco to date. Moss’ latest infusion of matching funds, as certified by the San Francisco Ethics Commission, amounts to more public funding received than all other District 10 candidates combined. Moss’ widespread support in the District has propelled him to the top amidst a crowded District 10 field.
“The contributions I’m receiving from San Francisco residents, combined with public financing, means I have more time to talk with voters and hear their concerns, rather than soliciting big donors and catering to special interests. District 10 voters are looking for new leadership and a responsive Supervisor. I’ve been working in and for the neighborhoods of District 10 for years,” said Moss, founder of San Francisco Community Power www.sfpower.net and publisher of the View, www.potreroview.net, San Francisco’s longest running neighborhood newspaper.
Moss’ deep experience in public policy and the nonprofit sector sets him apart in a crowded field of candidates for Supervisor in his home district. For the past decade, Moss has worked with the district’s working-class families, churches, and neighborhood businesses to lower their energy and water bills, and create green jobs; and has collaborated with a coalition of community groups to close the Hunters Point Power Plant - accomplished in 2006 – and the Potrero Power Plant, which will hopefully be shuttered this year.
"If elected I'll focus on job creation that's small business-based and green; support the development of affordable housing and thriving neighborhoods; champion educational opportunities for our children; and work for a better environment, including creating more open space, and cleaning-up the toxic legacy of years gone by."
Moss For District 10
291 Connecticut Street
San Francisco, CA 94107