Next Thursday at San Francisco Civic Auditorium there will be an open Town Hall meeting organized by San Francisco Supervisor Bevan Dufty. Leaders of the No on 8 campaign will be present to discuss the campaign they ran and the decisions they made.
The No on 8 leadership has come under considerable fire since the election for how they ran the campaign, that ultimately lost the right to marry in California. This will be the first opportunity since the November election for San Francisco residents to give feedback to campaign principals. Campaign director Steve Smith will be on the panel, along with campaign principle gay lobbyist Geoff Kors and National Center for Lesbian Rights executive director Kate Kendall.
Pollster David Binder will present his findings on the demographics of the vote.
Currently under negotiation is whether there will be a time during the presentation for audience feedback in the form of open discussion.
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is in Civic Center, across from City Hall in San Francisco on Grove Street. The meeting is scheduled for three hours, starting at 6pm. Attendance is free and open to the public.