With Election Day less than 2 weeks away, I am very grateful and tremendously humbled by the support I’ve received across our community. Our grassroots campaign has received endorsements from major newspapers such as the San Francisco Examiner and San Francisco Bay Guardian. Leading city and state elected officials have also backed my campaign, including Assemblymember Fiona Ma and Supervisor Malia Cohen. And we’ve raised over $100,000 — half of it in donations of $50 or less.
My positive vision for our district and City stands in stark contrast with the failed leadership of the appointed Supervisor. This election offers voters a clear contrast between a candidate motivated by politics, and one concerned more with people. My question for voters is simple:
- Has housing become more affordable?
- Do you feel safer in your neighborhood?
- Do you feel you have elected representatives that you know and trust?
- Do you think your voice counts in City Hall?
The answer is clear. You deserve better
As Supervisor, my top priority will be working for safe and thriving neighborhoods. I’m not a career politician or a City Hall insider.
My grassroots campaign is built on a foundation of strong progressive values, which will never waver in the face of pressure from special interest groups or downtown developers. As Supervisor, I will bring these values to City Hall and work to overcome the recent divisiveness in our City. I hope you will support and join my grassroots campaign today.