Working to Deliver the Promise of a Better San Francisco
Tyra is a “ground up” candidate who believes in the power of community engagement and seeks to be a direct connection between the needs of everyday San Franciscans and the Democratic Party in order to:
Ensure a high quality of life in every San Francisco neighborhood;
Affordable housing policies to retain and grown San Francisco’s dwindling middle-class.
Continue to encourage the sustainable growth of small businesses, which serve as the backbone of California's economy;
Promote and guarantee low-interest small business loans to provide the seed capital to launch and expand job-creating small businesses and provide for the growth of already successful businesses.
Tyra Fennell is a part of San Francisco's emerging leadership, seeking to change how politics is played in San Francisco and...
Understands how to work with people from all walks of life with a sharp, pragmatic point of view.
Does not play politics but is focused on working with all to develop real solutions to positively impact our City.
An independent, grassroots, non-profit founder, creating her own path to get the job done for everyday San Franciscans.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just endorsed my campaign for DCCC
"Our country is experiencing a shift with everyday people becoming more involved in the political process. I am one of those people who feels its time for a new wave of leadership. When I am elected, I will work hard to change party politics so it reflects the true needs of the community.
Tyra will also .....
Celebrate and promote the cultural diversity of our residents, past and present, and encourage improved public knowledge through honest portrayal of our diverse cultures and histories;
Encourage community-based works in the arts and cultural practices that explore the power to create positive images that reflect a peaceful future;
Ensure that people of color have equal access to tax-funded cultural arts programs.
Paid for by Tyra Fennell for DCCC 2020. FPPC#: 1423141 Financial disclosures are available at sfethics.org.
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