Thursday, May 24, 2018

UPDATE: Volunteer to Support London Breed for Mayor - Election Day and This Weekend - Get Involved!

BOMA San Francisco is supporting London Breed for Mayor. Please consider volunteering or attending an event for London at a time that is convenient for you. There are three campaign offices and multiple events that you can attend and show your support for our next Mayor!

If you have any questions, please contact John Bozeman, BOMA San Francisco's Director of Government and Industry Affairs at


Westside Mobilization with Congresswoman Jackie Speier, State Senator Scott Wiener, Assessor Carmen Chu, Supervisor Ahsha Safai, and Supervisor Katy Tang
Saturday, May 26, 10am-1pm
Carl Larsen Park, Intersection of 19th Ave. and Vicente St.

Treasure Island Mobilization with Eastern Neighborhoods Democratic Club
Saturday, May 26, 11am-1pm
1113 Keppler Court

Eureka Valley Mobilization with Assemblymember David Chiu
Sunday, May 27, 1-4pm
384 Eureka Street

Click HERE to RSVP for above noted events.

Get Out The Vote (GOTV) Transit Stops and Visibility

We need your help in the lead-up to election day!
Click HERE to RSVP for GOTV activities.

Volunteering at Our Offices and at Large

We have offices around San Francisco that are open M-F 10am-8pm, Sat-Sun.10am-4pm
Click HERE for office location info.

About London Breed

Board of Supervisors President London Breed recently served as Acting Mayor, leading San Francisco following the tragic passing of Mayor Edwin Lee.

London first won election to the Board of Supervisors in November 2012. In January of 2015, her colleagues elected her President of the Board. She was re-elected as District 5 Supervisor in November 2016 and unanimously re-elected as Board President two months later.

London is a native San Franciscan, raised by her grandmother in Plaza East Public Housing in the Western Addition. She graduated with honors from Galileo High School and attended the University of California, Davis, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science/Public Service with a minor in African American Studies. She went on to earn a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of San Francisco.

Before her election as District 5 Supervisor, London served as Executive Director of the African American Art & Culture Complex in the Western Addition for over a decade, transforming the struggling center into a vital, financially-stable community resource that provides after school arts and cultural programs for youth and seniors. She also served as a San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Commissioner for five years and in 2010 was appointed by then-Mayor Gavin Newsom to be a San Francisco Fire Commissioner, where she served until her election to the Board of Supervisors.

London has dedicated her entire adult life to serving our communities and improving the City’s housing, environment, public safety, transportation, and quality of life.

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