SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – After much speculation, San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has decided against running for re-election later this year.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Fewer said, “Today, it is with heartfelt appreciation that I share with my neighbors, friends, colleagues and constituents, that I will not be running for reelection.”READ MORE: California Tax Revenues Soar as Rich Get Richer Despite Pandemic
“It has been an incredible honor to serve in this capacity, but i am looking forward to a different pace of life, and contributing to my community in new ways,” the supervisor went on to say.
Fewer was under fire for leading a profanity-laden chant against the San Francisco police union at an election night party for then-district attorney candidate Chesa Boudin.READ MORE: Trailers, RVs, Shed Burned at Industrial Yard in Oakland
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Afterward, Fewer faced a recall effort for the chant, for which she later apologized.