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 for struggling tenants in District 5?
A: I will work to protect and expand tenants rights under any circumstances from fighting for the right to counsel to voting on propositions to protect renters from eviction. My Housing and Affordability tab shows the full extent to which I promise to help local tenants: https://ryanlamsf.com/index.php/services/housing-land/
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, as a supervisor, I will set them up with a city 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.
Q: Who are your favorite presidents?
A: I’ve surprisingly gotten this question a good 20 times, but my favorite president is Teddy Roosevelt. Obviously, I also like Obama, FDR, Lincoln, and Washington.