Joel Aguero

Joel Aguero is the Creative Director at The San Francisco Standard. Aguero first moved to the Bay Area in 2009 from Sacramento. Prior to joining The Standard, they worked across a variety of roles and industries including technology, design, engineering, political campaigns, field organizing and more. They bring a wide variety of skills, creativity and technical expertise. Aguero is passionate about helping San Franciscans feel more connected to their city. They are an alumnus of Stanford University, where they studied Product Design & Engineering.

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One Week To Go! Money Update in SF’s Assembly District 17 Race

Four candidates are vying for a coveted and rarely available seat in the state Assembly representing San Francisco’s District 17 after David Chiu resigned from the post to become city attorney. With one week to go, the Standard updated its money trackers to show who’s gaining steam.

Collins, Moliga, Lopez

Mapping the Money in the SF School Board Recall

San Francisco voters will decide on Feb. 15 whether to oust three Board of Education members — Alison Collins, Gabriela López and Faauuga Moliga — in a recall election that’s garnered national attention and could prove a bellwether for voter sentiment in progressive cities. The Standard mapped out the publicly available data on 1,088 recall supporters.

Mapping the Money in SF’s Assembly District 17 Race

Four candidates are vying for a coveted and rarely available seat in the state Assembly representing San Francisco’s District 17 after David Chiu resigned from the post to become city attorney. The Standard took a look at where the money is flowing in from and what this could mean before the Feb. 15 special election.

2022 Election Hub

The latest news about San Francisco’s 2022 elections, including updates on the candidates, major developments and campaign finance reports.

The San Francisco Standard’s Best Videos of 2021

These are the must-see videos produced by The San Francisco Standard in 2021.

Vote Delayed on New Anti-Corruption Rules as City Officials and Donation Recipients Fret Over Impact

Two proposed ballot measures seek to fix loopholes and shortcomings in local law exposed by the City Hall corruption scandal.

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Scenes From Folsom Street Fair 2021 (SFW)

After canceling last year’s event due to COVID-19, the highly anticipated annual Folsom Street Fair returned with vigor on Sunday.

Election Season Kickoff: The Race for SF’s Assembly District 17

Four candidates are vying for a rarely-available seat in the state assembly representing the east side of San Francisco. We break down the high-stakes campaign sprint with a guide to who’s running and what each candidate stands for.

Wuhan-Born Artist’s ‘Chinatown Ghost’ Photos Explore Asian-American Hate in San Francisco

Chinese visual artist Yunfei Ren hopes that the series will “remind people what has changed and what has not.”

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Photos: Thousands Rally in San Francisco for Women’s March 2021

Many attendees said that Texas’ new—and highly restrictive—abortion law motivated them to march.