United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, Richard Blum, and Janet Reilly (photo by Drew Altizer)
Willie Brown is still all excited about it:
“In fact, Feinstein just had a fundraiser at her house for Reilly. If she actually gets out and walks for Reilly, the seat is Janet’s.”
O.K. then. (Wasn’t it WB who wrote off Jerry Brown’s chances just last month? Of course, his perdictions should always be taken with a grain (or two) of salt.
2. The big news recently is that Mark Farrell got endorsed by the San Francisco Chronicle. See?
(Restraint? Are the other candidates wild-eyed pistol wavers/ who aint afraid to die?)
Anyway, he’s attending an average of more than one house party per dayuntil November 2nd.
3. Kat Anderson has started up “Kat Chat” – not really sure how it works, but I’m sure you can figure it out:
Live Kat Chat Schedule
Thursday – 10/21 @ 8 pm – click here to request invitation
Saturday – 10/23 @ 9 am – click here to request invitation
Thursday – 10/28 @ 8 pm – click here to request invitation
Saturday – 10/30 @ 9 am – click here to request invitation
An invitation will be emailed to you with details for attendance. Past sessions and future dates will be announced via the website.
Announcing Kat’s new Campaign HQ
Stop by Kat’s NEW Campaign HQ:
2326 Fillmore Street (between Clay and Washington)
San Francisco, CA 94115
Get Involved and Make your Voices Heard! Volunteer Opportunities.
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Campaign for Kat Anderson for District 2 Supervisor 2010
2130 Fillmore Street #200
San Francisco, CA 94115
“An attorney with a BS in Labor Relations, Abraham Simmons is most concerned with the issue of jobs and fiscal discipline in San Francisco. Simmons seeks to set new priorities, ensure the City gets value for every dollar spent and look into ways to jump-start new businesses.”
O.K. then. Haven’t been in touch with Vilma Guinto Peoro or Barbara Berwick lately but Barbara, for her part, is the only candidate unafraid to give out secondary and ternary endorsements, her co-endorsements as some call them. Her second place endorsement goes to Mr. A. Simmons and her third place endorsement goes to both Ms. Kat Anderson and Ms. Janet Reiley.
And, oh yes in other news, D2 Democratic Club President Suki Kott is recruiting new members in the 94123. See?
And lastly, our Chronicle is out with candidate sketches for some others as well. Check it after the jump.
With a background in labor and employment law, Kat Anderson feels she has the skills to grapple with public worker unions, labor agreements, proposed changes to the city charter as it relates to employment-related issues, and various benefits and contractual agreements with city workers.
For the past decade Mark Farrell has worked as an attorney, investment banker and small business owner. Farrell believes the biggest issue facing San Francisco is the budget deficit, and proposes cutting spending, providing tax incentives for small businesses to thrive, and encouraging new businesses to relocate to San Francisco.
Janet Reilly feels that her experience from running a major department for a Fortune 500 subsidiary and as a Director for a Transportation District has given her substantial skills as a consensus builder which she feels the Board of Supervisors is in big need of. She will also work hard for responsible fiscal management.
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