Newsom Tracker: Quiet weekend?

Mayor Gavin Newsom, who recently returned from a trip Hawaii, has no public appearances planned for Saturday, according to the Mayor's Office, though he may have a busy week ahead.

Gavin Newsom was back in The City on Friday, though he did not appear in public or speak to the media.

It has been more than a week since Newsom made a public appearance. That was at a news conference about an oil spill in the Bay, which was just hours before announcing in a written statement that he was dropping out of the race to be the next governor of California.

Newsom then left for a trip to Hawaii early last week to spend time with his wife and 7-week-old daughter.

Newsom does not have any appearances planned for Sunday or Monday, according to the Mayor's Office. He is, however, expected to meet with labor leaders and hotel management about contract negotiations.

Bay Area NewsGovernment & PoliticsPoliticsUnder the Dome

If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
Find out more at www.sfexaminer.com/join/

Just Posted

A sign about proposed development of the bluff at Thornton State Beach in Daly City on Friday, Feb. 26, 2021. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Retreat center proposed at popular state beach

Daly City residents oppose construction on ocean bluffs

Rev. Roland Gordon shows “The Great Cloud of Witnesses” collage mural at the Ingleside Presbyterian Church, which he began building in 1980.<ins> (</ins>
Rev. Roland Gordon preaches love in action

Pastor promotes peace, hope through art and prayer

San Francisco’s Buster Posey was back at the plate after sitting out last season due to the risk of COVID-19. (David Maialetti/Tribune News Service)
Giants struggle against Angels in first game of Spring Training

By Nick Zeller-Singh Nearly 1,000 fans gathered into a breezy Scottsdale Stadium… Continue reading

Basketball (Shutterstock)
SI alum Begovich gets his moment, but Stanford falls on Senior Day

MAPLES PAVILION — Generally speaking, Stanford’s home finale on Saturday afternoon, a… Continue reading

U.S. Attorney David Anderson announces federal firearms charges against two men for their roles in a March 2019 shooting outside the Fillmore Heritage Center in a news conference alongside SFPD staff at the Phillip Burton Federal Building on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Departing U.S. attorney predicts corruption probe will continue

David Anderson shook up City Hall as top federal prosecutor

Most Read