Posts Tagged ‘Alex Clemens’
Oh My: #LetMeBeClear, Barbary Coast Consulting’s 2011 Holiday Video Card Starring Barack Obama, Sort OfWednesday, December 21st, 2011
If you want some deets on our recent election, you just might find them right here.
Yesterday’s PowerPoint presentation at USF, featuring Alex Clemens on RCV (and RCV on Alex Clemens):
And AC is not done yet. From the City Democratic Club:
The election results are in! Are you not quite sure what happened? Plain confused? Or just can’t get enough? Join the City Democratic Club tomorrow, November 17 @ 6pm for our November meeting, where we will get an election recap and analysis from political veteran and founder of SF Usual Suspects Alex Clemens.
What: City Democratic Club November Meeting and Election Recap w/Alex Clemens
When: Thursday, November 17 @ 6:00pm
Where: Marines’ Memorial Club, Regimental Room, 10th Floor (609 Sutter Street @ Mason Street). Please join us for cocktails before and after the meeting at the Flying Leatherneck Lounge, located on the 12th floor. Join us for some great food and drinks with spectacular views of the City!
The Marines’ Memorial Club is served by the 2 Clement, 3 Jackson, 30-Stockton, 38 Geary, and 45 Union-Stockton. Discount parking ($5/hour with validation) is also available at the Olympic Club (665 Sutter Street).
We look forward to seeing you next week! If you have any questions, please email@example.com.
City Democratic Club
Alex is regularly quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and local television stations on matters regarding San Francisco politics. In 1995, he created the Usual Suspects website, a daily roundup of San Francisco political news. He is a regular speaker on politics and current events at SPUR, Leadership San Francisco, the Chamber of Commerce, Coro, the USF lunch series, and other local civic and political organizations.
OMG, San Francisco Post-Election Recap at USF Today! See David Latterman and Alex Clemens at 12:30 PMMonday, November 14th, 2011
That’s right, the David Latterman / Alex Clemens electoral dog-and–pony show is heading up Ignatius Heights today to tell you what just happened.
And then you’ll be able to figure out What Happens Next.
San Francisco Post-Election Recap
Monday, November 14, 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Fromm Center, Berman Hall
USF Main Campus (map)
Interested in what happened in the San Francisco elections? Come hear the McCarthy Center’s David Latterman and Barbary Coast Consulting’s Alex Clemens discuss What Just Happened in San Francisco’s always-exciting and often-bizarre election cycle. Latterman and Clemens use data, maps, and humor to discuss who won, who lost, what it all means, and what’s on tap for next year.
Latterman, in addition to running the McCarthy Center’s MoPA Graduate Program, is a political consultant and well-known pundit, and was actively involved in the 2011 election cycle. Clemens, an Adjunct Faculty member with the McCarthy Center, runs the beloved political website “The Usual Suspects” and knows just about everything there is to know about San Francisco politics. This talk is FREE to faculty, students, and the general public.
Ci vediamo all’Universita!
San Francisco Election 2011 Recap: KQED Forum with Corey Cook, Willie Brown + Alex Clemens, David Latterman at SPURWednesday, November 9th, 2011
“Who won, who lost and how did the ballot measures fare? Guest host Scott Shafer takes a look at results in Bay Area elections including analysis of ranked-choice voting and the political clout of Asian-Americans.
Host: Scott Shafer
- Corey Cook, assistant professor of politics and director of the Leo McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good at the University of San Francisco
- David Lee, executive director of the Chinese American Voters Education Committee (CAVEC)
- Willie Brown, former mayor of San Francisco
- Corey Marshall, good government policy director for San Francisco Planning and Urban Research
- Omar Khalif, parent and co-chair of Families for Neighborhood Schools, which supports Measure H
- Steven Hill, designer and supporter of the ranked-choice voting systems in San Francisco and Oakland and author of “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy”
12:30 PM – Attend in Person at 654 Mission Street – $10:
“The November 2011 election promises to be one of the most exciting in recent memory. What will the election results mean for San Francisco, and who will be our next mayor? In one of SPUR’s best-loved traditions, join political analysts Alex Clemens and David Latterman for our post-election recap.”
Using the Segway as Daily Transportation – Alex Clemens of Barbary Coast Consulting Makes It Work – A Brief Test DriveThursday, March 3rd, 2011
(Turns out that the second book from famous pilot Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger III won’t be about poetry, contrary to rumours.)
Anyway, as you’ll soon see, he is the 415′s #1 Segway Proclaimer.
Here he is on the mean Streets of San Francisco. He’s all over town on this thing. He’s become an icon:
Click to expand. (Fred Flintstone wheels not included.)
Anyway, he’s making it work for him as a daily driver, as a substitute for a car or bike.
Read all about it, after the jump