Mayor Mark Farrell served as the 44th Mayor of San Francisco. Previously, Mark served as District 2 Supervisor for seven years, and was the longest serving Budget Chair in the City’s history. Mark is San Francisco native, lifelong Democrat, and lives in the Jordan Park neighborhood with his wife and three children. Prior to his career in public service, Mark was a lawyer, investment banker, and co-founded Thayer Ventures, an investment firm focused on the travel and mobility sectors.
Mark is running for Mayor to bring to life his vision for San Francisco, where we are:
Over the past five years, I have watched our City crumble. People don’t feel safe, the conditions of our streets have never been worse, downtown has collapsed, and we’re the butt of jokes across America. We have a crisis of confidence in City government that needs to be fixed, and it starts and stops with the Mayor.
I am running for Mayor for my family and for families across San Francisco. I am running because I am the only candidate with the right experience, policies, and track record of leadership inside of City hall that we need to turn San Francisco around.
As Mayor, I’ll be laser-focused on addressing issues that matter most to San Francisco: