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When he was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 2008, at a time City Hall was viewed as dysfunctional, David committed to changing the culture and impact of City Hall.  With the reputation as a consensus maker, he was the first President of our Board of Supervisors elected consecutively three times by his colleagues. During this time he passed 110 ordinances across a wide range of policy areas, including affordable housing, job creation, public safety, the environment, health care, transportation, civil rights, ethics and technology.

Standing up for Tenants and Affordable Housing

Creating Jobs and Economic Growth 

Making Sure All San Franciscans Can Succeed

Fighting for Families

Improving Transit

Ensuring Public Safety

Bringing New Solutions, Ethics & Transparency to City Hall

Caring for our Public Health

Cleaning our Environment

Standing Up For Our Neighborhoods

Championing the Arts