Rents are pushing our neighbors out, our favorite shops are closing, and City Hall can’t deliver basic services like street cleaning and safety. Our neighborhoods were once home to working-class communities. We built housing for the middle class. We pursued big civic projects and achieved them on schedule (and budget). We showed the world what a tolerant, inclusive, proud city could look like.
The San Francisco spirit we remember still exists, but it’s being held back by our current Supervisor who only fights for the status quo and puts politics over people. But, even as we’ve witnessed the worst in our current leadership, I’ve seen the best in our neighbors.
As the President of our Neighborhood Association, I’ve spent years organizing our community to deliver real improvements.
We navigated red tape and bureaucracy to start the North Beach Farmers Market and turn a parking lot into a weekly gathering place.
We fought to make sure hundreds of units of new affordable housing for seniors broke ground.
We united for transit and improved safety on our streets for families and seniors.
When we love our city, we fight for it.
I’m running for District 3 Supervisor because I believe in better. I hope you’ll join our grassroots campaign and stand for a San Francisco we can be proud of.
District 3 Supervisor Candidate
Rents are pushing our neighbors out, our favorite shops are closing, and City Hall can’t deliver basic services like street cleaning and safety. Our neighborhoods were once home to working-class…