District 8 is a part of the 17th Assembly District where I am running to serve you on our Democratic Party Central County Committee. I have a lifetime of experience in the District 8 community.

I am running to represent San Franciscans as a member of the DCCC – 17th Assembly District. As a native of San Francisco, I live, work, and have engaged in grassroots progressive activism to address some of our biggest problems. Focusing on and addressing the issues for everyone – from those of us living on our streets to those of us safe and secure in our housing.

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My connection to every community within our city is special because, at some point, we have been neighbors. I was born in San Francisco at General Hospital, raised in and have lived all across our great city and county, yes – I’m a unicorn and like you, I am a fighter and have survived through great hardship and disparities. We share so many of the same concerns and values, and they often include:

Homeless and Public Safety

Community Development and Retail Vacancies

Cultural Gentrification

District 8

Serving 7 years as an Associate Member of our San Francisco Democratic Party (DCCC – Democratic Central County Committee), a former Delegate of our California State Democratic Committee, Founder and President San Francisco Black Community Matters – A Chartered San Francisco Democratic Club, founder and Executive Director of San Francisco Impact Partners – an organization focused on issues concerning poverty and homelessness.   

Can I count on you? YES!

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March 3, 20207:00 a.m.
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February 17, 2020orYou can “conditionally” register and vote at your county elections office after the 15-day voter registration deadline.Must arrive by February 25, 2020

Personally delivered ballots: Must be delivered by close of polls on March 3, 2020; Mailed ballots: Must be postmarked on or before March 3, 2020, and received by your county elections office no later than March 6, 2020.

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For years, I have worked to address our concerns around voter outreach in undeserved communities, education on anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion.  I have worked to help prepare the next generation for leadership while fighting against Trump and the GOP.