In 2010, I ran for public office because San Francisco’s economy was struggling, unemployment was on the rise, and as a San Francisco native who grew up in the neighborhoods of District 2, I believed we needed a true neighborhood voice with a private sector background on the Board of Supervisors.
During my first campaign, I promised to focus on the neighborhoods of District 2, creating a thriving local economy, prioritizing quality of life issues in City Hall, and making San Francisco a vibrant place to both live and work for everyone. In just three short years in office, I am proud to have maintained a strong focus on each of these areas, and look forward to continuing my advocacy over the next four years.
San Francisco is headed in the right direction, and I am proud to have played a leadership role during my first term inside of District 2 and across San Francisco.
Despite our success, however, we have many challenging issues on the horizon, from the high cost of living, to our growing homeless population and making sure we provide everyone a ladder of upward mobility as our local economy continues to thrive. I look forward to tackling those challenges over the next four years.
Representing District 2 has been an honor and a privilege, and we’re just getting started. I am excited about the road ahead in our neighborhoods and across San Francisco, and I hope you will join me and many others in my re-election campaign - to work for the neighborhoods of District 2, and keep San Francisco the most vibrant city in the world.