Two Democrats vying to represent the west side of San Francisco and the northwest corner of San Mateo County will face off on this November’s ballot, with one claiming to be an alternative to “politics-as-usual” in Sacramento.
Legal services company co-founder Michael Breyer says if he’s chosen to represent District 19, formerly District 12, he’ll bring the change that won’t be priority for his opponent, San Francisco’s current elected Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting. Read More
Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting finds himself battling San Francisco Library Commissioner Michael Breyer, son of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, for the 19th Assembly District seat vacated by termed-out Assembly member Fiona Ma. Breyer is a businessman who helped found a company called Courtroom Connect, which broadcasts trials. He threw his hat into race on Friday. Read More
A committee to draft Ed Lee for mayor — an entity separate from the embattled Run, Ed, Run campaign — received $7,730 in contributions from tech moguls, a Harvard professor and an equestrian instructor.
The committee Support Drafting Ed Lee for SF Mayor 2011 ran a Facebook page and produced a television commercial that aired during Sunday talk shows. Read More