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San Francisco Democratic Party Chair David Campos Endorses Connie Chan for District 1 Supervisor

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party* today announced his endorsement in the District 1 Supervisorial race: longtime public servant Connie Chan. “We will all miss Supervisor Sandy Fewer’s leadership on the Board and we know we need a strong voice to carry on advocating for the Richmond District. Connie Chan has a deep experience in working in the community, and will use her progressive values to push forward on critical issues like affordable housing, protecting our small businesses and improving our public transit,” said Campos. “I’m proud to give my endorsement to someone who understands that what makes us strong as a city is when we ensure the community has a seat at the table. Connie Chan is the best choice for District 1.” “I am proud to have the endorsement of Chair David Campos. Chair Campos has been a tireless leader who brings together Democrats of all shades of blue and tapped into San Francisco's democratic energy and resources to successfully flip other California districts from red to blue. Chair Campos embodies the San Francisco resistance, taking on the challenges to fight racism and bigotry on behalf of immigrants, working families, and communities of color in San Francisco. I look forward to working with him in taking back the White House in November.” said Chan. Campos joins a string of Democratic leaders who have given their support to Connie Chan, including U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, Supervisors Sandra Fewer and Aaron Peskin and former Supervisor Sophie Maxwell, Eric Mar and Jake McGoldrick. *Title for identification purposes only.



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