Q: Why are you running for supervisor?
A: I see the inherent need to. I, along with many residents, have disliked the path that city hall and San Francisco government is taking, and I want to be the first to drive our district back in the right direction.
Q: What do you plan to do to aid minorities, LGBTQ’s, the poor, and other underprivileged groups?
A: I am for equal protection under the law. If there is case where a resident feels discriminated because of a group they belong to, I proposed the right to counsel for all, so those who have faced offensive action or legal action can have a free attorney to fight for the compensation they deserve. I will strongly fight against any form of discrimination or harassment.
Q: What is your professional background?
A: I have written stories for political News Networks, campaigned for my local house of representative candidates, and tutored the younger generation to prepare them for higher education. In the past year, I started my own affiliate marketing business in San Francisco.
Q: Who is your favorite president?
A: Teddy Roosevelt
Q: What is your favorite place in San Francisco?
A: Mission Dolores Park