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Supervisor Eric Mar On Tenants Rights Radio

Tuesday, October 9, 10am

Supervisor Eric Mar will be our guest  on Tenants Rights Radio this week, Thursday, October 11, 4:00 – 5:00 pm. Call in to  415-962-7979 and put your questions directly to Eric!
Whether Eric Mar or David Lee wins the upcoming election will make a difference to all San Franciscans, not just the Richmond! Mar is a crucial vote on needed legislation at the Board of Supervisors.
This race is more important than ever in light of the homophobic ad David Lee’s “Super-PAC” posted on YouTube last week.

For the Triple Bonus Score, the ad appears to unintentionally reveal illegal collaboration.. . 

Please note:  David Lee was invited to appear with Eric, but while we were working out scheduling, Lee chose to spend his available time elsewhere.
Eric Mar was elected in November 2008 to represent District 1, the Richmond District. For over two decades, Eric has been a dedicated and responsive advocate for working families, youth and seniors, small businesses and all the diverse residents of the Richmond District and San Francisco.

From 2000 to 2008, Eric served as a Commissioner and past President of the San Francisco Board of Education. He led efforts to clean up corruption and financial mismanagement, close the achievement gap, strengthen parental involvement in educational policy-making and increase resources for public education.

This is the toughest race in this election, with speculators/developers/gentrifiers lavishing money on Mar’s opponent, David Lee, to the point that it’s the first time in decades an incumbent could lose. Lee’s YouTube ad cost almost as much on its own as Mar’s entire campaign has raised.
So tune in and get the facts, and how they effect you. Tenants Rights Radio, Thursdays 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm on Radio Valencia.

One Response

  • andrea wait says:

    mold was discovered in the unit below us two months ago. then it was discovered in our apartment. two months later landlord is going to take care of it. have had many companies in to do tests. no information given as to what the resulsts are. now they tell us as of tomorrow they will start work. it will take ten days. and starting tomorrow (thursday) until next tuesday we will not have access to our bathroom.
    what are our rights?
    thank you.

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