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San Francisco County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Board of Supervisors; San Francisco County; District 9 Voter Information

Results as of Jan 24 10:41am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (42/42)
(39 Total Write-In Votes 0.15%)

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Candidates (1 Elected, Rank Your Choices)
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David Campos Click here for more information about this candidate 9,440 votes 35.78%

  • Occupation: Civil Rights Attorney
  • Progressive Police Commissioner who has fought for more foot patrols and police reform
  • Strong schools advocate who worked to desegregate our schools, fought fraud, and pushed for more open government
  • Civil rights attorney who worked on landmark litigation against the Gun Industry and fought for public power against PG&E
  • Community leader and volunteer who fought to protect immigrant rights and tutored young students
  • Immigrant from Guatemala who put self through college and law school
  • Education: J.D., Harvard Law School; B.A., Stanford University
  • Public Safety; Affordable Housing; Public Education; Expanding Opportunities for Youth
  • Protecting Immigrant Rights; Making San Francisco more livable for Families
  • Public Power; Public Transportation; and Supporting Small Businesses
Mark Sanchez Click here for more information about this candidate 7,616 votes 28.86%
  • Occupation: President, School Board
  • 8th Grade Science Teacher
  • Co-Founder Teachers 4 Change and Teachers 4 Social Justice
  • Eight Years Experience on SF Board of Education
  • BA English Literature, UC Santa Cruz
  • Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, UC Santa Cruz
  • Rehabilitate existing housing units, increasing the amount of affordable housing
  • Expand police foot patrols, keep schools open longer and establish a cafe staffed by social workers for at-risk youth
  • Protect nonprofit spaces by creating land trusts
Eric Quezada 5,337 votes 20.23%
Eva Royale 1,830 votes 6.94%
Thomas Valtin 857 votes 3.25%
Eric Storey Click here for more information about this candidate 802 votes 3.04%
  • Occupation: Telecommunications Technician
  • Volunteer, NERT (Neighborhood Emergency Response Training), 2008
  • Member, San Francisco Young Democrats, 2007 - present
  • Field Volunteer, "No on Prop 85," 2006
  • Volunteer, Safe Access to Bernal Hill
  • Volunteer, Bernal Heights Park Association, 2006
  • Volunteer, Move On: Democracy in Action, 2006
  • Public Safety
  • Transportation
  • Beautification
Vern Mathews 466 votes 1.77%

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