Back on the SF Political Scene with NationBuilder

In one of my previous lives, I was a go-getter political and City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. Then six years of work as an investigator for City Attorney Dennis Herrera took me out of the political scene as I dug deep into the bureaucracy of city government. But since May, I've been getting back into the familiar rythms as part of my job as chief organizer for NationBuilder, a startup web platform for organizing that supercharges political websites and campaigns.Ā 

NationBuilder is already hitting its stride in San Francisco politics, and I suspect we'll see several more sites go live this cycle. So far, we have my SF Tech Dems, the SF Young Dems, Joanna Resse's mayoral campaign, and the effort to preserve the "Care Not Cash" welfare reform program. Apolitical sites are popping up to, for the new Golden Gate Center for Social and Economic Research (led by SF political scene veteran and personal friend Bruce Cuthbertson) and the Golden Gate Breakfast Club.

Have a look ...

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