Six months ago, I walked into City Hall with my family and announced my exploratory campaign for Mayor of San Francisco.
Today, I'm making my campaign for Mayor of San Francisco official.
Since that day six months ago, I have held 37 coffee conversations and attended hundreds of community meetings in neighborhoods across the city to hear your ideas for our shared future together in San Francisco.
We’ve heard from thousands of San Franciscans eager to see our city continue its leadership on health care policy, economic innovation and the environment. And people have asked the hard questions of how we will reform education, make it easier to raise a family in the city and improve Muni.
My commitment to you is no one will work harder to help San Francisco reach its full potential but I need your help.
Everything I am today, I owe to San Francisco. I came here as an immigrant at the age of 3, went to local public schools and got a chance to go to college.
I raised my family in San Francisco. I want my kids to raise their families in San Francisco. But most of all, I want to make sure we leave them a San Francisco that reaches its full potential and leads the nation. Together, I know we can do this.