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New San Francisco District Attorney-Elect Chesa Boudin

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San Francisco has elected a new district attorney. Chesa Boudin won a razor-thin victory over appointed incumbent DA Suzy Loftus, who conceded on Saturday. Boudin, a deputy public defender, ran on progressive reform policies like ending money bail. He’ll join us to talk about his vision for the office, and his tense relationship with the city’s police union.


Chesa Boudin, district attorney-elect, City and County of San Francisco


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