California Donor Table Supports Chesa Boudin for San Francisco District Attorney!

Chesa Boudin is a white San Francisco Deputy Public Defender who -- through handling more than 300 felony cases -- has a direct understanding of how to reduce high recidivism rates and redirect those arrested towards school and employment. He has been a leader in San Francisco and across the country for criminal justice reform, working directly with victims of crime and families of prisoners to make the system serve them better, reforming our bail system, protecting immigrants from deportation, and establishing a pretrial release program in order to increase equity by allowing defendants to keep their jobs and housing while navigating the system. Chesa is running for the open District Attorney seat in the citywide election November 5, 2019. He is the most progressive of the four candidates running, including a Police Commissioner, deputy attorney general and prosecutor.

Donate to support Chesa Boudin for San Francisco District Attorney. $500 is the maximum allowable contribution per person/per entity per election.

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