Category Archives: Elections

BORDER WALL

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Luis Pinto’s installation for “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May 13, 2016. Curated by Andres Guerrero and Matt Gonzalez. Build the Wall by

BORDER WALL

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Luis Pinto’s installation for “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May 13, 2016. Curated by Andres Guerrero and Matt Gonzalez. Build the Wall by

NONCITIZEN VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 2016 Collage over a photograph by Tina Modotti by Matt Gonzalez, 2010. Prop. N: Allows noncitizens to vote for school board by Matt Gonzalez Proposition N seeks to achieve two things:

NONCITIZEN VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 2016 Collage over a photograph by Tina Modotti by Matt Gonzalez, 2010. Prop. N: Allows noncitizens to vote for school board by Matt Gonzalez Proposition N seeks to achieve two things:

HETCH HETCHY VALLEY

first published in As It Ought To Be, November 4, 2012 The Hetch Hetchy Valley as it looked in 1913. Photo from the archives of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. RESTORE HETCH HETCHY VALLEY, VOTE YES! ON PROPOSITION F

HETCH HETCHY VALLEY

first published in As It Ought To Be, November 4, 2012 The Hetch Hetchy Valley as it looked in 1913. Photo from the archives of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. RESTORE HETCH HETCHY VALLEY, VOTE YES! ON PROPOSITION F

RANKED CHOICE VOTING

Cover of Steven Hill’s book Fixing Elections published by Routledge in 2003. RCV IS GOOD FOR PROGRESSIVES by Steven Hill & Matt Gonzalez Since San Francisco began using ranked choice voting in 2004 and public financing of campaigns in 2002,

RANKED CHOICE VOTING

Cover of Steven Hill’s book Fixing Elections published by Routledge in 2003. RCV IS GOOD FOR PROGRESSIVES by Steven Hill & Matt Gonzalez Since San Francisco began using ranked choice voting in 2004 and public financing of campaigns in 2002,

RANKED-CHOICE VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, November 6, 2011 Eleven San Francisco mayoral candidates, at the Castro Theatre, August 8, 2011. Photograph by Adithya Sambamurthy for The Bay Citizen. LIKE 1-2-3: RANKED CHOICE VOTING HERE TO STAY by Matt

RANKED-CHOICE VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, November 6, 2011 Eleven San Francisco mayoral candidates, at the Castro Theatre, August 8, 2011. Photograph by Adithya Sambamurthy for The Bay Citizen. LIKE 1-2-3: RANKED CHOICE VOTING HERE TO STAY by Matt

SPOILING ELECTIONS

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, March 12, 2008 2008 California Peace & Freedom Party ticket: Nader/Gonzalez WHAT’S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE IS GOOD FOR THE GANDER by Matt Gonzalez I’M SO TIRED OF THE DEMOCRATS talking about how

SPOILING ELECTIONS

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, March 12, 2008 2008 California Peace & Freedom Party ticket: Nader/Gonzalez WHAT’S GOOD FOR THE GOOSE IS GOOD FOR THE GANDER by Matt Gonzalez I’M SO TIRED OF THE DEMOCRATS talking about how

INSTANT RUNOFF VOTING

first published in the North Bay Progressive Journal, November 2005 Mary Robinson, first female president of Ireland, elected using Instant Runoff Voting (she finished second in the first round of balloting with 38% of the vote, then overtook her opponents

INSTANT RUNOFF VOTING

first published in the North Bay Progressive Journal, November 2005 Mary Robinson, first female president of Ireland, elected using Instant Runoff Voting (she finished second in the first round of balloting with 38% of the vote, then overtook her opponents