The Next Jedi: Chesa Boudin for SF DA

A message from Pamela Price:

The open progressive revolt against corrupt District Attorneys in the Bay Area began in January 2017 in Contra Costa County with the public trial of the People v. Mark Peterson. Our justice-driven attack on Peterson opened the door for the historic appointment and election of Diana Becton.


The fight moved to Alameda County where progressives fought to overturn the rule of the police-dominated criminal injustice system presided over by DA Nancy O'Malley.


A new battlefront has opened in San Francisco with the fight to elect Chesa Boudin as the next District Attorney of San Francisco.


To even begin to impact those people and practices, you must have someone who has overcome life's deepest challenges. Someone who's challenges have created the deepest compassion for the humanity of others. There is no one in this race who even comes close to overcoming the challenges that Chesa Boudin has faced and successfully conquered. He needs our support now. Thank you for your contribution.


Best Regards,

Pamela Price


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