SF Mayoral Candidates

SAN FRANCISCO -- Mayor Ed Lee has already tipped us off to his agenda for his four-year term with no pesky "interim" before
I've always sought to break ground in standing up for LGBT families -- so, of course, I'm proud that my first ad in the San Francisco mayor's race shows me as a parent and father, the most important job I could ever hope to hold.
The Huffington Post San Francisco sent questionnaires to all of the mayoral candidates asking them where they stand on a
As Mayor, I’ll use this same approach to stop the cycle of deficits that puts vital services at risk, and to reverse the
What San Francisco needs – and what I intend to provide as Mayor – is clear-headed leadership that approaches problems comprehensively
Why should we vote for you? As rents in San Francisco continue to rise, there are fears that SF is becoming a luxury bedroom
Support High-Growth Industries, not just in the technology sectors, but in artisanal manufacturing, social enterprise, and
John Avalos The City’s policy towards homelessness has stayed pretty much the same since the passage of Care Not Cash. Do
Born: San Francisco, CA, 1968 As rents in San Francisco continue to rise, there are fears that SF is becoming a luxury bedroom
Why should we vote for you? I am the only candidate who has a track record of fighting for fiscal accountability in order
I would proceed—working closely with the amazing Central Subway Project Director, John Funghi, so we deliver this project
If San Francisco's economic future depends on a well-trained workforce, we must address the growing trend of families leaving our community in search of better schools.
We've received some great questions from passionate residents throughout the city who all hope to see their next mayor address
On November’s ballot [PDF], there also are expected to be five candidates for district attorney and five candidates for sheriff
In his closing statement, Dufty went off on a passionate, if a bit rambling, oration about the unacceptable level of violence
I am pleased this year's budget was passed with less conflict than in past years. But ultimately, this year's budget, passed by an interim mayor, is full of interim solutions to our long-term budget challenges.
We can't just create any jobs -- we need to create the right kind of jobs for San Francisco. Jobs that help working families, provide a living wage, create a greener city, and promote our common values of innovation, creativity and community service.
Five members of the Board of Supervisors want to revisit fights of the past by dismantling Care Not Cash, San Francisco's landmark policy that has delivered real results for thousands of formerly homeless San Franciscans.
In San Francisco, I found a city that shared my values and reflected my experience: celebrating diversity, promoting strong neighborhoods, and embracing the entrepreneurial spirit.