Today, San Francisco Board of Education President and Candidate for District 7 Supervisor Norman Yee was joined by City leaders and District 7 residents for a day of action in the West Portal neighborhood.
San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting, San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim and a crowd of supporters gathered near the West Portal MUNI tunnel in a show of support for Norman Yee’s campaign for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Following a short rally, volunteers entered the West Portal neighborhood to knock on doors and talk to voters.
Holding a large stack of signed endorsement forms Norman Yee said to the crowd, “Thank you to my neighbors and the many District 7 residents who have supported my campaign.”
“I am proud to support Norman Yee for District 7 Supervisor and look forward to working with him to make our City stronger next year,” said Supervisor Jane Kim. She went on to discuss Norman’s record of results, “I worked closely with Norman on the School Board to narrow our achievement gap, lower our truancy rate and support our children and families city-wide.”
Since declaring his candidacy, Norman held over 20 District 7 house meetings, collected signed endorsement forms from over 300 District 7 residents and community leaders and was the only candidate in the race to collect 1,000 valid petition-in-lieu signatures from registered voters in District 7.