The Real Deal: Developers write checks for SF’s affordable housing bond campaign

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When San Franciscans go to the polls on Tuesday, will two-thirds of them approve $300 million in affordable housing bonds?

Developers, contractors and affordable housing advocates have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in hopes of getting a “yes” to that question.

“ACA 1 would be a landmark change, unlocking billions in much-needed investments in communities throughout California,” said Amie Fishman, executive director of Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California, an advocacy group.

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