San Francisco removes white election director as part of its ‘racial equity plan’ 

San Francisco’s election director, who has been in the position since 2002, will have his contract terminated in a move that ‘wasn’t about performance’ but about ‘racial equity’.

John Arntz, who is white, will be fired from his position and won’t receive a renewed five-year contract, San Francisco’s Elections Commission decided in a 4 to 2 decision last week.

The decision to get rid of Arntz was driven ‘in large part by the city’s plan for racial equity’ – as Dem-led San Francisco strives…

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