SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco Assessor-Recorder and candidate for California State Assembly Phil Ting was joined by Supervisor Eric Mar yesterday for a merchant walk in the Richmond neighborhood where they visited merchants, shop owners, customers and city residents.
Ting and Mar engaged constituents in conversation about how to improve the local economy and get residents back to work.
“I’m supporting Phil Ting because he’s the best candidate to represent San Francisco values in Sacramento,” said Supervisor Mar. “Today during our merchant walk through the Richmond neighborhood, I saw firsthand once again just how much he understands the issues affecting our city and our state. I know he’ll fight every day to improve our public schools and rebuild our state’s economy.
Phil Ting said, “I know that in order to create jobs and improve our economy, we need to work together and engage merchants and the community to share their ideas. I believe that government works better when government listens.”
Ting continued, “As a member of the Assembly, I look forward to working Supervisor Eric Mar and other city leaders to improve our local and state economy.”
Phil Ting’s campaign for State Assembly has been endorsed by the Democratic Party, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner,Philippine News, Philippines Today, Sun Reporter, Bay Guardian, Bay Area Reporter, Sierra Club, California League of Conservation Voters, California’s teachers, nurses, firefighters, police officers, Attorney General Kamala Harris, Congresswoman Jackie Speier, State Senators Leland Yee and Mark Leno, Assemblymembers Fiona Ma, Tom Ammiano and Jerry Hill, Daly City Mayor Carol Klatt, SF Board of Supervisors President David Chiu, Eric Mar, Carmen Chu and many more.
You can see the growing list of endorsements for Phil Ting for Assembly at: www.PhilTing.com
Ting is running for District 19 (formerly District 12), which encompasses the Marina, Richmond, Sunset, West Portal and Ingleside neighborhoods of San Francisco along with Daly City, Broadmoor and Colma in San Mateo County. Current Assemblymember Fiona Ma has held this seat since 2006 after previously serving four years as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors from District 4.