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November 5, 2019 — Local Elections
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Ciudad de San FranciscoCandidato para Alcalde

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Joel Ventresca

Retired Airport Analyst
12,845 votos (7.3%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Reinvent San Francisco into the first zero-carbon emissions international city in the world.
  • Remove all private money from local political campaigns by mandating 100% clean public money candidate campaigns with tough regulations, that can withstand court challenges, which will discourage all private money expenditures.
  • Convert the Presidio National Park into a second United Nations headquarters focused on global warming.

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Retired Airport Analyst
Administrator and Analyst, City and County of San Francisco Airport Commission / San Francisco International Airport (1987–2018)
Administrator and Analyst, City and County of San Francisco Airport Commission / San Francisco International Airport — Cargo designado (1987–2018)
City and County of San Francisco Environmental Commissioner, Commission on San Francisco's Environment — Cargo designado (1994–1997)
Department Head Assistant and Aging Specialist, City and County of San Francisco Aging Commission (1981–1984)
Department Head Assistant and Aging Specialist, City and County of San Francisco Aging Commission — Cargo designado (1981–1984)

Educación

University of San Francisco Master of Public Administration Degree, Public Administration (current)

Actividades comunitarias

President, Sunset-Parkside Education and Action Committee (2005–2006)
Chair, San Franciscans for Public Power (1990–2001)
Executive Committee Member, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 790 (1991–1997)
Director, San Francisco Tomorrow (1985–1996)
President, Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods (1993–1994)

Biografía

34 Years of Exceptional Award-winning Public Service:

· Administrator and Analyst; City and County of San Francisco Airport Commission (1987-2018).

· Department Head Assistant and Aging Specialist; City and County of San Francisco Aging Commission (1981-1984).

 

Prior Positions:

· City and County of San Francisco Environmental Commissioner

· President, Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods

· Executive Committee Member, SEIU

 

Accomplishments:

· Recognized safety, security, and risk expert.

· Adopted first landmark City and County of San Francisco Sustainability Plan.

· Received nearly 100,000 votes in local elections.

 

Education:

· Master in Public Administration; University of San Francisco

 

 

Media Characterizations:

· “incorruptible”; “principled”; “honest”; “courageous”; “knowledgeable”; “tough”; “independent”.

¿Quién apoya a este candidato?

Organizaciónes (2)

  • San Francisco Green Party
  • Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco

Creencias poliza

Documentos sobre determinadas posturas

16-Point Visionary Platform

Summary

If elected San Francisco Mayor in 2019, the positions below will be my top priorities.

Platform:

·        Dismantle decades-old establishment, status quo, insider, corrupt political machine.

·        Mandate 100% clean public money candidate campaigns.

·        Reinvent San Francisco into the first zero-carbon emissions international city in the world.

·        Expedite full-service public power.

·        Make public transit free.

·        Defend neighborhood character, diversity, and self-determination.

·        Approve best tenant protection laws in the nation.

·        End poverty on streets with comprehensive homeless program.

·        Reverse growing economic inequality.

·        Challenge corporate and tech agendas.

·        Empower mass movements.

·        Disempower top 1% economic elite.

·        Halt Manhattanization.

·        Rejuvenate inclusive participatory democracy.

·        Convert Presidio into a second United Nations headquarters focused on global warming.

·        Create just, livable, flourishing City.

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