Join our final two days of action!
This weekend was incredible - we talked to voters all across San Francisco from the Mission to Ingleside to the Marina, and we were able to do it because of our amazing team of volunteers.
As we approach the final 30 hours of the campaign we will be in the streets every chance we get. Please join me by contacting my campaign manager Ryan directly (650) 714-4587 for one of the following volunteer opportunities:
- Monday Afternoon Lit Drop - 2pm-5pm
- Monday Evening Phone Bank - 5pm-8pm
- Election Day Morning Visibility - 7am-10am
- Election Day Afternoon Visibility - 3pm-7pm
We are extremely close to our fundraising goal so just one last ask of you to make a contribution or increase your earlier donation. Every little bit makes a difference and I'm grateful.
Once it is all over I want to personally invite you to our Election Night Party! We will be hosting it at Bare Bottle Brewing Company in Bernal Heights. 1525 Cortland Avenue from 7:30pm-10pm. Our Facebook event is here.
John Trasvina for San Francisco School Board
John Trasviña, a native San Franciscan and a product of Commodore Sloat Elementary, Aptos Jr. High, Lowell High, Harvard University and Stanford Law Schools.
Serving our city, John was Dean of the University of San Francisco School of Law and Deputy City Attorney.
Serving our nation, John was President Obama's Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity and President Clinton's special counsel for immigrant workplace rights at the US Department of Justice.
Serving our communities, John is President of the Lowell High Alumni Association and was President/General Counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund (MALDEF) and board member of the Campaign for College Opportunity.
As a member of the Board of Education, John will continue to work for academic excellence and full opportunity by listening to parents, asking the right questions, supporting our teachers and engaging all throughout the city.
For more information, please see the About page.
Thank you for your vote and for your support.