'Call Me a San Franciscan': Angela Alioto on Political Lessons from Her Dad and Her Run for Mayor

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San Francisco mayoral candidate Angela Alioto with KQED Political Breakdown hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos. (Guy Marzorati/KQED)

The State Assembly wraps up its sexual harassment investigation of Cristina Garcia, and California Republicans gather at the White House to denounce the state's 'sanctuary' law (0:45) Then, Scott and Marisa are joined by San Francisco mayoral candidate Angela Alioto, who talks about growing up as the daughter of the mayor (8:20), her mother's brief disappearance in 1974 (12:05), what Joe Alioto taught her about politics (13:56), her proposal to change San Francisco's 'sanctuary' law (17:15), and how she's changed politically over her career (23:08).