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Thank you to all those who stood with me. The fight isn't over. The battle for our city's character and soul has just begun!
"Unbought and Unbossed"
The Fight Isn't Over: A heartfelt thank you to all of those who stood with me against malfeasance and corruption in our city. The fight has just begun. I will soon launch an initiative to Stop Malfeasance And Corruption in our city. Stay Tuned!
Women Snubbed at League of Women Voters Event: A 100 Year Commemoration of Women's Right to Vote was held by the League on Thursday November 1, 2012. There were some notable absences. Julian Lagos, Joel Engardio, F.X. Crowley and Norman Yee and Robert Squeri did not attend the event. This event was meant to honor all of the candidates. Perspective Voters who had hoped to meet them in person and take pictures with them were disappointed.
Important Article: Mass evictions at Parkmerced. Tying into the most important issue of this election an issue that I, and only I have faced head on. Click here to read it.
I was recently quoted in the Bay Area Reporter. Click here to view the article.
I will be participating in these upcoming debates:
September 22, 2012 at Aptos Middle School, hosted by the West of Twin Peaks Central Council. From 10am to 12pm.
September 24, 2012 at 513 Parnassus, San Francisco (UCSF) hosted by the League of Women Voters. From 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
October 2, 2012 at the Westbay Conference Center (1290 Fillmore Street 94115), from 6-9:30pm hosted by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority - SF Chapter.
October 10, 2012 at St. Finn Bar Church - 419 Edna Street (cross street is Hearst), hosted by the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association. From 7-8:30pm.
Dear Residents of District 7:
As a resident of San Francisco for the last decade, I have observed how large developers and corporations have exerted their influence over City Hall. Though these are difficult times and many people are unemployed we must be ever vigilant in preserving our communities and quality of life.
City Hall cannot continue to nickel and dime the taxpayer while giving huge tax cuts to large developers and corporations. Now is the time to practice fiscal responsibility to protect our city's infrastructure and jobs.
As an advocate of social and economic justice, I have been on committees impacted by the city's budget and volunteered with nonprofits who are recipients of city funding.
I am a parent of three college students who are graduates of the San Francisco Public Schools and San Francisco City College.
In a city named after Francis of Assisi and where the United Nations held its first meeting San Francisco is a historic city with global recognition. With commitment and hard work we will all rise to the occasion and balance the budget.
Imagine a city that works. San Francisco, a city for all of us...