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34 Bay Area Voter Guides for 2022

Need last minute help voting? ACLU, SF Berniecrats, Libertarians, Green Party and more have guides to help out
By - posted 11/8/2022 No Comment

Need help filing out your ballot? Here are 34 different voter guides for 2022 so you can find the one that best matches your point of view.

The mid-term election is Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Know of any we missed? Let us know below.

Awesome Voter Guide Matrix – 2022

A big thanks to Andrew Seigner (a software engineer formerly of Twitter) who compiled and put together this awesome matrix of a 15 different voter guides so that you can see at a glance who everyone is recommending. It’s our favorite voter guide tool of all.

Non-Partisan Voter Guides – 2022

Political Party Voter Guides – 2022

Issue-Based / Advocacy Group Voter Guides
Updated for 2022

  • ACLU “Guardian of justice, fairness, equality, and freedom, working to protect and advance civil liberties for all Californians
  • Alice B. Toklas Memorial Democratic Club of San Francisco “Advocating within the Democratic Party for human rights, social and economic justice, and equality for all persons, foremost the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community”
  • Black Lives Voter Guide Oakland “The consensus perspective of local Black social justice leaders on how to best uplift Black lives in Oakland and beyond”
  • Broke-Ass Stuart “Dedicated to bringing you the most important news, arts, culture, nightlife, and progressive activism in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond”
  • Courage California Voter Guide “California must be a beacon of progressive, equitable, and truly representative democracy
  • Grow SF“GrowSF pursues common sense solutions to create a San Francisco that works for everyone.”
  • Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club “A place for people to be political, left, and queer”
  • Indivisible SF “Doing everything we can to evict Trump, flip the Senate, and hold the House this year”
  • League of Pissed Off Voters Progressive “thoroughly researched and thoroughly biased”
  • League of Women Voters “Nonpartisan political nonprofit that defends democracy.”
  • San Francisco Labor Council“local body of the AFL-CIO hoping to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to the nation”
  • San Francisco League of Conservation Voter “Where the environmental movement meets local politics”
  • San Francisco Women’s Political Committee “Endorse, empower, and elect people as candidates for local office who self-identify as women and those who share our values.”
  • SEIU 1021Service Employees Union represents over 60,000 employees in Northern California. “To protect our rights, improve our working conditions”
  • SF Bay Guardian “The country is facing one of the deepest threats in its history, and Donald Trump must be defeated”
  • SF Bay View “The voice of Black Liberation, aims to equip and inspire Black people and all people to rise up and fight for freedom and justice”
  • SF Berniecrats “We must get Trump out of office – he has put us on the path to fascism”
  • SF Bike Coalition “Issues like policing, school funding, housing, and taxation determine who is valued, nurtured, respected, and often who gets to succeed and literally survive here in San Francisco
  • SF Foundation “Committed to advancing racial equity and economic inclusion”
  • SF Housing Action Coalition “More housing means more choices and better solutions for San Franciscans”
  • SF Rising “Grassroots membership which is predominantly immigrant, women, monolingual non-English speakers, and people of color”
  • SF Tenants Union“advocates for legislation that restricts unjust rent increases and evictions”
  • SPUR San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association
  • United Educators of San Francisco“collective voice of San Francisco Unified School District teachers and paraprofessionals”
  • YMBY Action “Pro-housing activists fighting for more inclusive housing policies and a future of abundant housing.”

Not Updated for 2022