San Francisco Board of Education Candidate Forum - HYBRID

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San Francisco Board of Education Candidate Forum - HYBRID

Candidates for San Francisco Board of Education will answer questions important to your district. Attend in person or virtually.

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Bayview Opera House 4705 3rd Street San Francisco, CA 94124

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Voters! Hear from the candidates for San Francisco Board of Education to help you vote in the November election.

During the forum, candidates will answer questions selected from those submitted in advance by the audience. This is a hybrid event.

Date: Oct 12, 2022 - 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Location: Bayview Opera House, Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

Submit questions in advance during registration or after registration submit questions via email to

Accessibility: This is a hybrid event. Please select either attend in person or virtual when registering.

Bayview Opera House is accessible by public transportation and ADA accessible with a parking lot and easy street parking.

Public Transportation: K-T, 23, 24, 44, 54

By car: Cesar Chavez exit off of Highway 280 or Highway 101

Or grab a rideshare.

After the event, a recording with closed captions will be available at


The League of Women Voters of San Francisco organizes candidate forums for local elections. These forums give voters a chance to learn more before casting their vote, and let candidates present their views on issues important to voters. Forums are nonpartisan, free, and open to the public. LWVSF does not support or oppose candidates or political parties. More info at:


Bayview Opera House, Inc. , colloquially known as the Opera House, was founded in 1989 to run programs at our namesake building, now officially named the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre. The building is San Francisco’s Landmark #8 and it was inducted into the National Register of Historic Buildings in 2011. The San Francisco Arts Commission had purchased and renovated the facility in the 1970's for use as a community cultural center, along with three other centers in disadvantaged neighborhoods. By the end of 80's the commission came to the conclusion that it was best to have each center run by a local group to provide programming instead of the commission itself running programs. BVOH received its 501(c)3 status in 1992. More info at: