San Francisco Needs a Raise Join San Francisco’s fight against income inequality. A $15 per hour minimum wage is fair to workers, fair to consumers and good for our community. San Francisco is one of the most unequal cities in the country. This is just one step in a larger effort to close the economic divide and help working-class families thrive in San Francisco. This November, San Francisco voters can vote for the strongest minimum wage law in the nation. It raises the minimum wage to $15 by 2018 for all workers and guarantees cost-of-living increases. Fair to workers: Raising the minimum wage will give a raise to more than 142,000 San Francisco workers. Fair to consumers: Raising the minimum wage will strengthen our local economy by increasing consumer spending by over $397 Million. Good for our community: Raising the minimum wage lifts up low-wage workers, including many families, women, and workers of color Join Campaign for a Fair Economy and help us fight income inequality in our city by voting Yes on J this November.