San Francisco Mayor
Every indication is that interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will announce very soon that he’s entering the mayor’s race to seek a full term, according to KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier.
Interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is well positioned to get elected to the job in November if he chooses to run, leading his nearest would-be challenger by a 3-1 margin, according to a KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll.
About 100 people gathered outside San Francisco City Hall Monday to encourage Ed Lee to run for mayor in November.
With indications growing that San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will run for election this fall, political pundits and the candidates themselves must reconsider the odds of who might win the election.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has changed his tune on whether he will run for mayor in November, saying Tuesday he is considering a run after months of saying he had no plans to join the race.
The chanting outside City Hall Wednesday was the latest salvo in the movement to push San Francisco’s reluctant interim mayor to run for a full term.
A political campaign in San Francisco is picking up steam, but without an actual candidate to campaign for.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and several city officials gathered at City Hall Tuesday to announce a measure for the November ballot that proposes widespread reform to city workers’ pensions and health benefits.
Supervisor Avalos said in a statement that he decided to run after discussing the matter with friends and family over the past few months.
Two candidates for mayor have applied for tax payer money to finance their campaigns as the city moves to beef up its public financing fund.