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No word from businessman Michael Breyer

After researching the candidates, I find it disheartening that Michael Breyer seems to have totally ignored South City to campaign exclusively inside San Francisco.

After reading your piece on Kevin Mullin signs popping up, I did some research, and some of South San Francisco and all of Daly City and Colma are actually in the 19th District – which will be won either by current SF City Assessor Phil Ting or by conservative businessman Michael Breyer. 

After researching the candidates, I find it disheartening that Breyer seems to have totally ignored South City to campaign exclusively inside San Francisco. I haven’t received one mailing from him, haven’t gotten a phone call, and certainly haven’t seen any volunteers or signs – and neither have my friends or neighbors. But from what I can tell from Breyer’s website, he is campaigning very actively inside San Francisco, and has his office in Pacific Heights. 

All of his position statements totally neglect San Mateo County, and there are no events scheduled near us either. Phil Ting, on the other hand, has been to my door was very knowledgeable about the issues in our community.

 

If Breyer wins, is this how he we can expect him to represent us in Sacramento? By not representing us at all?

 

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