Thanks for being with me as I kick off my campaign to represent District 6 for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
If you're new to town, welcome! I'm committed to fight for a more inclusive and welcoming San Francisco -- a city where everyone is entitled to safe and clean streets, a place to sleep at night, and a bright future. (The Board of Supervisors, by the way, is what people in most other cities call a city council.)
If you're a long-time San Franciscan, thank you. This city represents a unique and strongly-held set of values, and sets an example to the rest of the country. I'm expecting my first child in the fall, and I'm committed to protect those values for the generation to come.
The election is in November 2018, so we have plenty of time to get to know each other. If you live or work in District 6, please get in touch. I'm here to hear your concerns and issues and represent them to the entire city so we can make our neighborhoods work better for us.
I'm excited that the SF Examiner was the first news outlet to cover my candidacy. Here's what I told them:
I care deeply about addressing homelessness, strengthening tenant protections, and rebuilding the South of Market infrastructure to recognize that SOMA is not only a neighborhood of manufacturing and highways but also San Francisco’s biggest residential neighborhood.
I’m having my first child in the Fall, I’m planning to raise my family here, and I am personally invested in a future San Francisco that is compassionate and forward looking.
Please join with me and let's move our neighborhoods forwards.