Mayoral candidate Angela Alioto wants to shake up SF's city hall
Angela Alioto has been involved with politics in San Francisco for longer than she’s been a politician. That’s because her father, Joseph Alioto, was the city’s mayor 50 years ago.
Alioto has had a distinguished career in elected office, herself. She served on the Board of Supervisors in the 1990s, was president of the board for a few years, and authored the city’s sanctuary city law. Now she wants to be mayor.
"I don't think I've ever seen San Francisco in worst shape, and so I decided to run for mayor."
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