Tech workers: SF needs you now!
Grow SF PAC is a group of tech workers who want to see SF do better, through voting.

It doesn’t have to be like this!

Some local elections are only decided by a few dozen votes, make your voice heard!

About us
Hi. My name is Sachin, and I’ve called San Francisco home for the last 15 years. Like many, the world of tech lured me here. Over the last 20 years I’ve been an engineer, product manager, and founder. And now I’m honored to shift my focus to grassroots organizing. I believe San Francisco has the potential to be one of the best cities in the world. That’s why I decided to do this.

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Our vision
San Francisco is the home of the world's best innovation with incredible resources, so there's no reason it can't be more livable 🚴‍♂️, more sustainable ♻️, and more affordable 💸.
More Housing
We support making it easier to build homes at all price points to reduce rent and displacement pressures, once again making San Francisco a city where renters and first-time homeowners can thrive.

Better Transportation
Making San Francisco a truly transit-first city with more bus lanes, bike infrastructure, and Muni/BART investments that make it easier for everyone to get around.

Housing-first solutions where we leverage existing inclusionary zoning to build more affordable homes, along with better, more efficient services that provide shelter for the unhoused such as navigation centers and supportive housing. We also support anti-eviction and rent stabilization measures to prevent renters from becoming homeless.

We support replacing supervisorial discretionary powers with clear, form-based rules that are fair to everyone so that our politicians can spend more time working on helping their constituents. We also support initiatives to help save our small businesses by simplifying the permitting process.

We support reforming the police so that they focus on violent and organized crime, while redirecting mental illness and homelessness crises to non-armed officials who are more equipped to handle it. We should also automate traffic enforcement which will make our streets safer and reduce racial bias in traffic stops.

We support building more housing in urbanized coastal areas with temperate weather, strong public transit, and minimal fire risk. This will reduce VMT (car vehicle miles traveled) and counteract the status quo of development sprawling further into fire zones, which is driving ever-worsening fire seasons and unhealthy air quality. Furthermore, we should create incentives for new buildings to be environmentally efficient.

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Committee major funding from: (1) Robert McGrew ($10,000).
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