Noemi Zeigler and her crew are documenting my run for Mayor of San Francisco. They’ve gotten some footage of myself and my team over the past few months and done some interviews. Below is the first episode in the documentary series about my run for mayor.
image from Bloomberg I was in a Lyft Line the other day. Since Lyft Line is the company’s carpool service, there was another stranger in the car, other than the driver. We’ll call her Madison since I don’t recall her name. Madison works in tech and I was telling her
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We’ve gotten complacent in San Francisco. Sure we’ve got the nation’s highest minimum wage. Sure we fought for marriage equality and won. Sure we had universal healthcare before nearly every other city in the US. But the same way the Bush administration used social issues to justify turning the country
Since I officially announced that I was running for mayor the main question everyone has been asking me is “So, what’s your platform?” because that’s what you’re supposed to ask. The thing that most people don’t get though is that platforms are rolled out throughout a campaign. Like, what’s Hillary
This is how you start a mayoral campaign…or at least how we started mine. As you probably know by now, I’m running for Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco. I made this announcement on the front page of the San Francisco Examiner. The plan was then
The fine people at San Franpsycho and The Independent are throwing me an epic campaign kickoff party this Friday, July 17th. Get your tickets here. Join us for an evening of music, burlesque, drinking, dancing, and some good ol’ fashioned politicking with a San Francisco twist. Ticket sales directly benefit