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Greens endorse Francisco Herrera for Mayor!

The SF Green Party has endorsed Francisco Herrera for Mayor in 2015!

 

Francisco Herrera is a musician, a long-time Green, and an activist with the Living Wage Coalition.  On his website, he writes:

 

"The difference between myself and other candidates  is that the value I place in community voices over the desires of a handful of wealthy elite.

 

My campaign is committed to building affordable housing, community policing, funding community needs, and protecting the integrity of our diverse neighborhoods. As a community activist connected with movements across San Francisco, I know that there are solutions to the challenges we face if we open City Hall to the people."

 

Julia Carrie Wong covered a campaign event for the SF Weekly.  You can read more about Francisco's platform here.

 

Francisco needs donations to appear on the ballot, since the Green Party does not automatically get a ballot line in California elections.  Please donate to his campaign before June 9 to help him pay his filing fee, so that voters will have a Green choice this November!