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- Occupation: SF Supervisor
- SF County Transportation Authority
- Bay Area Air Quality Management District
- Association of Bay Area Governments
- Transbay Joint Powers Authority
- SF Children and Families Commission
- Committee on Information Technology
- Affordable Housing, Tenant Protections, and Community Planning
- Access to High Quality Health Care
- Services for Seniors, Children, Youth, and Families
- Occupation: Assistant District Attorney
- George Washington University, BA
- University of San Francisco, JD
- Reforming the Delivery of Services to the Homeless
- Increasing and Protecting Affordable Housing
- Improving Our Quality of Life
- Occupation: Community Development Executive
- Education: MIT & Boston University (BS); Kellogg School of Management (MBA)
- Executive Director, Urban Solutions / South of Market Foundation
- Board Member, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR)
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Red Cross CPR Instructor
- Past Executive Board Member, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
- Member, South of Market Project Area Committee
Michael A. Sweet
- Make our neighborhoods safer, cleaner and more liveable for people of all ages, from young children to seniors.
- Support Care Not Cash as an important first step toward reforming the City's ineffective and wasteful homeless programs.
- Improve police/community relations and involve the community in planning for neighborhood services and amenities.
- Occupation: Civil Attorney/Mediator
- Brandeis University (B.A.), UCLA (J.D.)
- Vice-Chair of Rincon Point South Beach Citizens' Advisory Committee
- Member of Brannan Street Wharf Citizens' Advisory Committee
- Founding Member Southend Historic District Association
- Make sure the resources intended for the homeless reach the people in need of assistance
- Improve neighborhood safety
- Build more housing and bring community serving retail into District 6 neighborhoods
- Occupation: Business Person
- San Francisco Health Commission 1992-1996
- Health Commission president 1993-1995
- San Francisco Commission on Aging and Adult Services 1998-2000
- San Francisco Works, Welfare to Work Board 1999-2002
- San Francisco Senior Centers Board President 1999-2001
Robert Northington "Rob" Power, III
- Increased Funding for Health Services
- Encouraging New Businesses and New Jobs in District 6
- Increased Services for Seniors
- Occupation: Internet Applications Developer
- Chair, Outright Libertarians of SF Bay Area
- B.S. Aerospace Engineering, 1998
- M.S. Industrial Engineering, 2000
- M.B.A., 2000
James Leo Dunn
- Restore local economy with increased personal and economic liberty
- Shrink the size and expense of City bureaucracy
- Reduce the burden on taxpayers
- Occupation: Inventor
- Imagine 14,000 digging a tunnel under Nob Hill for $49.00 per hour plus shelter, rest and HOPE.
- A new IDEA. PERMANENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING
- $288 a month for 12 years and it is yours forever.
- A 288 foot TETRAHEDRON can do it.
- To engage the desparate to dig a tunnel 49 feet in diameter and 8,000 feet long from Ellis to Chestnut under TAYLOR.
- To build elevated TETRAHEDRONS in San Francisco. Beauty with 576 units wih 576 square feet = Economy of scale = $288
- It is imperative of civilization that we begin to rteat our sewage in the Sierras, to grow trees and to stop pollution.
- Occupation: HOTEL CLERK; HISTORIAN; TEACHER
- NINTH - GENERATION SAN FRANCISCAN. DESCENDED FROM FIRST NON-SPANINSH EUROPEANS TO SETTLE IN THE BAY AREA, BEFORE 1810
- GRADUATE OF SFSU. LOCALLY-BORN, LOCALLY-RAISED, LOCALLY EDUCATED. A LIFELONG AREA RESIDENT, WORKER, TAXPAYER, VOTER, POLITICAL ACTIVIST, AND TEACHER.
- DEVASTED CARING FOR FIVE CATOSTROPHIC FAMILY ILLNESSES, BECAME LEGALLY DISABLED, WENT FROM HOMEOWNER, TO LAST 15 YEARS, AS RENTER.
- FIGHTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN OUR CITY - FOUNDED OVER 500 NEIGHBORHOOD, TENANTS', SENIORS', VETERANS' DISABLED, STUDENT, AND POLITICAL GROUPS.
- SURVIVORTWELVE YEARS OF DANGEROUS, PAINFUL, MEDICAL TREATMENTS, PHYSICAL THERAPY, OVER 50 SURGERIES.TOUGH ADVOCATE FOR HEATH CARE RIGHTS
- VOLUNTEER VETERAN OF U.S. AIRFORCE AND AS CITY ELECTION OFFICIAL FOR 13 IN THE NORTH MISSION DISTRICT.
- JOBS. IMMEDIATLEY BRING T.V. AND MOVIE PRODUCTION, SPECIAL EVENTS, AND CONVENTIONS TO DISTRICT 6 CREATING THOUSANDS OF JOBS.
- HOUSING. PUT CAPABLE HOMELESS PEOPLE TO WORK BUILDING DORMITORIES ON VACANT WATERFRONT ACREAGE. MOVE FAMILIES OUT OF HOTELS WITH BOND MONEY
- REFORM.ELECTION PROCEDURES AND PUBLIC EDUCATION. ESTABLISH NEIGHBORHOOD VOLUNTEER MAYORS, SENATES AND COURTS. SPREAD CITY SERVICES OVER 24 HOURS A-DAY
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- Big Spenders and Campaign Finances
- San Francisco Examiner 10/29/02
- District 6 Candidate Overview
- San Franciso Chronicle - 10/08/02
- In the (public) money
- San Francisco Examiner - 10/08/02
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- The San Francisco Super Race
- Supervisoral Election Overview
San Francisco Chronicle 10-18-02
- At meeting, Brown calls S.F. voters 'ass-backward'
- San Francisco Chronicle 9/21/02