Herrera will continue to fight legal battles for San Francisco

Dennis Herrera was re-elected for a third term to serve as San Francisco’s city attorney.

Herrera ran unopposed. He will resume his role, where he has made legal history arguing such prominent cases as the right to same-sex marriage and universal health care on the behalf of The City. Herrera was first elected as city attorney in December 2001 and re-elected in 2005.

Herrera is also considered a potential candidate to run for mayor in 2011.

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