Rebecca Prozan’s campaign for San Francisco District 8 Supervisor is gaining momentum by receiving the backing of State Senator Leland Yee, an outspoken advocate for children, seniors and public education. Senator Yee is the first Chinese American to serve in the State Senate.
Senator Yee praised Prozan’s continued leadership and long history working with the community as reasons why District 8 voters should elect Prozan as Supervisor.
“After working with Rebecca Prozan for more than a decade, I am confident that she has the experience and skills to get things done for our families, our seniors, and our community,” says State Senator Leland Yee. “That’s why I’m endorsing Rebecca Prozan for District 8 Supervisor. In a time of fiscal crisis, Rebecca is a proven leader who will put our neighborhoods first.”
Prozan intends to follow in Yee’s footsteps by making history herself as the first woman to be elected in District 8.
“Senator Leland Yee has deep roots in District 8 as well as a record of achievement on issues affecting children, families, seniors and public education,” says Prozan. “I look forward to working with Senator Yee to address our city and state’s budget crises.”
State Senator Leland Yee joins a growing list of Prozan supporters including District Attorney Kamala Harris, Supervisor Bevan Dufty, Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier, School Board Commissioner Rachel Norton, School Board Commissioner Norman Yee, College Trustee Steve Ngo, College Trustee Lawrence Wong and the Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club.