In 2000, San Francisco passed what was considered a highly progressive public finance system for city elections. But since that time, analysts say that San Francisco has fallen far behind other major U.S. cities.
It’s election day today in San Francisco. There are over 450 places where voters can cast their ballots this year. And that’s all thanks to a group of people who start working long before the election day. In this episode of The Specialist, two polling place scouts get intimate with democracy.