DogPAC of SF is proud to annouce our picks for San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Some were easy, others hard but these are the ones that have assured us support of our concerns around city dog-play areas, NAP and GGNRA. Primarily, candidates were chosen first by their natural tendency towards pet guardianship, awareness of over population adoptive animals, importance of the human/animal bond, requirement of public access and humanity. Their platform needed to reflect knowledge and respect of our vibrant pet culture here in SF, and that current public access must be preserved. They know our woes and support our concerns with SF Recreation & Parks Departments. They agreed to work with us very closely, take our calls and appointments seriously and support legislation we initiate or take position on.
There are 26 total candidates in all districts in this year's Supervisors' race but only 14 chose to participate. Those chosen for endorsement in this 2012 election pool are:
(candidates' respective questionnaires are linked to their names below)
Questionnaires of those not considered for endorsement: David Lee (D1) London Breed (D5) Hope Johnson (D5) Mike Garcia (D7) Norman Yee (D7)