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San Francisco County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Rob Black

Candidate for
Member, Board of Supervisors; County of San Francisco; Supervisorial District 6

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Legislative Aide, Attorney
  • Human rights worker and elections monitor with President Jimmy Carter's The Carter Center
  • Regional Organizer for the Clinton/Gore '96 Campaign
  • Union Organizer for the Screen Actors Guild
  • Ethics attorney (J.D., UC Hastings College of Law)
  • Legislative Aide to Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Ensuring Public Safety: I will fight for more beat cops, cameras in high-crime areas, and better technology for our Police Department.
  • Reducing homelessness: I'll work with Mayor Newsom to improve Care Not Cash and get the homeless off the streets and into better supportive services.
  • Promoting family housing: I'll expand home ownership and rental opportunities for middle and low-income families, artists and first-responders.
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Key Endorsements
  • Mayor Gavin Newsom
  • San Francisco Police Officers Association
  • National Organization for Women, San Francisco Chapter
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Position Papers
Ensuring Public Safety
Every San Franciscan has the right to feel safe on the streets of our City. District 6 has two and a half times the crime rate of any other Supervisorial District. It's time to say "enough"
Reducing Homelessness and Aggressive Panhandling
How we can build on the successes of the Care Not Cash programs to take on one of our City's most challenging issues
Promoting Family Housing
How we can keep our City's most valuable resource -- our families -- in San Francisco
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