My occupation is Assemblymember.
My qualifications are:
When I first ran for the California Assembly, I promised to fight for progress on the issues that matter most. We’ve made important gains on affordable housing, immigrant protections, women’s rights, and much more.
In 2019, I fought harder than ever ––and we made history. Because of our work...
- Eight million California tenants have new protections against rent-gouging and unjust evictions, under the most progressive tenant law in California history.
- California cities can create their own public banks, to invest the public’s money in community projects like parks and infrastructure.
- The Bay Area will be able to work together to solve our affordable housing and homelessness crises as one unified region.
- Community college students who experience financial emergencies can receive emergency grants to stay in school.
- Transgender and non-binary graduates will see their chosen names accurately reflected on educational records.
- Single-use food waste will be reduced, and homeowners will receive help in removing lead paint from their homes.
- California will hold for-profit colleges accountable for student outcomes after Donald Trump ended federal regulation.
While we have much to be proud of, I’m ready to keep fighting for families across San Francisco and California -- to end the housing crisis, make healthcare affordable, ensure a clean environment for our kids, and so much more.
California Nurses Association
California Teachers Association
US Senator Kamala Harris
US Senator Dianne Feinstein
Governor Gavin Newsom
Attorney General Xavier Becerra
Mayor London Breed