A fierce battle is shaping up over the February vote on the fate of San Francisco’s Board of Education.
Moliga hopes to appeal to enough critics to survive even if board president Gabriela Lopez and member Alison Collins are recalled in the Feb. 15 vote.
Four candidates are vying for a rarely-available seat in the state assembly representing the east side of San Francisco. We break down the high-stakes campaign sprint with a guide to who’s running and what each candidate stands for.
Haney represents District 6 on the Board of Supervisors, and was president of the San Francisco school board until 2018.
Mahmood spent much of his career in the private sector and served a stint as a policy analyst at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Campos was first elected to the Board of Supervisors in 2008, and has served in an array of political and government roles.
Selby’s resume spans education, transportation and small business issues in San Francisco.