Three candidates for San Francisco mayor sat down with The Examiner on Thursday to explain why they think they’d be the right choice to lead The City.
Joanna Rees, Tony Hall and State Sen. Leland Yee fielded questions on the budget, labor unions, pension reform and more. The Examiner recorded the session on web cam and the videos can be seen below or on The Examiner’s YouTube page.
The candidates introduce themselves:
Tony Hall explains how he will work with city government, pension reform and city unions:
Joanna Rees talks about the city budget and hiring talented people for the right positions:
State Sen. Leland Yee is asked his take on Mayor Ed Lee officially entering the race. All three candidates are then asked what they think of the job Lee has been doing so far and how they would differentiate themselves from him:
The candidates speak out on pension reform:
The candidates list their top priorities for the Mayor’s Office:
The candidates talk about San Francisco’s tax structure and what they will do to keep business in The City: