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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee

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 (Michelle Gachet/KQED)

Just over a month ago, Edwin M. Lee made history by becoming the city’s first elected Asian-American mayor. We’ll talk to him about his agenda and get his take on a wide range of topics including Occupy San Francisco, America’s Cup, MUNI, and homelessness. We’ll also find out how he plans to fulfill his pledge to attract businesses and jobs to the city. What do you think Mayor Lee’s priorities should be?


Edwin Lee, mayor, City and County of San Francisco


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