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- Occupation: Member, Board of Supervisors
- Economic Development
- Occupation: President, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
- Member, SF Board of Supervisors, District 5 (2000-present)
- Public Defender, SF Office of Public Defenders, (1990-2000)
- JD, Stanford Law School (1990)
- BA, Columbia University, Political Theory & Comparative Literature (1987)
- * ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
- * HOMELESSNESS
- * HOUSING
- Occupation: Trial Attorney
- Successful anti-discrimination attorney
- Board of Supervisors President from 1993 to 1995
- Fought tobacco companies by helping to pass the strongest anti-smoking ordinance in the country
- Created the San Francisco Mental Health Board
- Wrote the nation's first needle exchange legislation
- Created the San Francisco Film Commission which increased revenue to the City
- End corruption at City Hall
- Occupation: Member, SF Board of Supervisors (1995-present)
- President, SF Board of Supervisors (1999-02)
- Commissioner, SF Metropolitan Transportation Commission (2001-present)
- Member, SF Board of Education (1991-94)
- President, SF Board of Education (1993)
- Teacher, Cesar Chavez Elementary School
- ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION
- Occupation: San Francisco Treasurer
- San Francisco native
- Graduate of Presentation High School
- B.A. in economics from University of California, Berkeley
- J.D. from Boalt Hall Law School, University of California, Berkeley
- Member, San Francisco Board of Supervisors from 1994-1998
- Re-elected San Francisco Treasurer in 2001 with 87% of the vote
- Creating jobs and improving the economy
- Providing exceptional public schools for our children
- Building more affordable housing and increasing homeownership opportunities in San Francisco
- Occupation: Educator, Public Administrator
- San Francisco Chief of Police 1992-1996
- Director, International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership, USF
- Phd in Public Administration, Golden Gate University
Michael F. Denny
- Solving the homeless problem
- Bringing strong management to city government
- Reforming the police department
- Occupation: Company President
- BS Business Administration Regis University '73
- Sales Manager Mirassou Vineyards 1976-87
- Founded American Wine Distributors 1987
- Founded Vintners Express 2000
- Ran for CA State Assembly District 12 2002
Roger E. Schulke
- Focus City Hall on basic municipal services, streets, fire, police parks etc...
- Get City Hall out of social services, housing and other non-municipal functions. Provide tax credits for those who contribute to Charities
- Restore an environment of property rights and entrepreneurship. Slash taxes and regulations
- Occupation: Computer Company Executive
- MBA in Financial Management 1984,GG Univer
- S&L Regulator/ Analyst 5yr
- Financial Consultant to Fortune 500 comp. 5 years
- Have started 4 Corporations, and have employed the
- Homeless, Handicapped, and the Generally un-employable
- Currently outside MIS manager for small business
- Reduce the number of homeless in the City,Reduce the City's budget to reasonable levels.
- Reduce parking fees & fines, lower Muni fares.
- Work to stop student bussing by improving schools .
- Occupation: Builder
- Advocate for the homeless people and for building truly affordable housing that ordinary people can work to own.
- I started a not-for-profit construction company, Habitat for the Homeless, and we built the Smallest House in America to prove that high quality, simp
- I ride public transit, ride a bike, and walk and advocate for those who do.
- I own two electric vehicles and advocate for clean fuel technology.
- I have college training in Architecture and Accounting and have been a building contractor for 25 years.
- I am an ordinary citizen, like Ben Franklin.
- To house all homeless people who want housing as we did in 1906 at the vacant Hunters Point shipyard
- To build truly affordable housing that all San Francisco can afford to own.
- To make MUNI the best public transit system in America within ten years.
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