San Francisco Proposition H: Proposition H – Establishment of a Public Advocate Office Amendment for San Francisco
Shall the City amend the Charter to create the position of Public Advocate, responsible for investigating and attempting to resolve public complaints concerning City services and programs; and shall it be City policy to provide the Public Advocate with sufficient funding and a support staff of at least three and up to 25 city employees?
A “Yes” vote means:
A yes vote is a vote in favor of amending the city charter to establish the elected city office of Public Advocate, who would oversee a support staff of 25 city employees, to review city programs and address complaints about city services and programs.
A “No” vote means:
A no vote is a vote against this proposition to establish the city office of Public Advocate.
Read more about San Francisco Proposition H here.