Teamsters Local 856
SEIU Local 87
Carpenters Local 22
United Healthcare Workers - SEIU
Laborers' Local 261
San Francisco Police Officers Association
United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters and Journeymen Plumbers Local 38
Lowell High School Young Democrats
Sierra Club (Third Choice)
Raoul Wallenberg Jewish Democratic Club
San Francisco Neighborhood Newspaper Association
Small Business Advocates
Small Property Owners of San Francisco
BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco)
Sean Elsbernd, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, District 7
Michela Alioto-Pier, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, District 2
Milton Marks, President, Board of Trustees, San Francisco City College
Mary Jung, Democratic Party Central Committee; San Francisco County; Assembly District 12
"Steve is a man of his word. He's stuck by the community – which has a history of failed promises – year after year. He'll stand by us, and stand up for us."
— Reverend Kenneth Sampson
"Steve's one of the first Distrist 10 candidates to reach out to our community; he comes to practically every event and meeting in the neighborhood. He carefully listens to what people say, looks into the issues raised, and let's us know what he thinks. Steve's an intelligent guy, who demonstrates that he cares about the district, and knows how to make things happen."
— Tara Hui
Visitacion Valley resident
"Steve's been working to improve people's lives, and their environment, since I met him thirteen years ago. He'll make a great supervisor for District 10, and San Francisco."
— Ewen Wang
Emergency Room Physician
"Ten years ago Steve walked into Farley's and handed me an energy efficient light bulb. Since then I've watched as he's run multiple programs to help low-income families and train unemployed community members into green jobs. He took on the View, and dedicated it to neighborhood businesses and community transparency."
— Roger Hillyard
"District 10 faces more than its fair share of complex challenges and growing pains, and needs a supervisor who will fight for its diverse residents, their rightful share of public resources and deploy them for the benefit of all. Steve Moss is the only candidate with the experience and know-how to make it happen. I've witnessed how hard Steve has worked to make District 10 a better place for all to live and work, and have tremendous admiration and respect for him. He's worked tirelessly for green jobs, education, open space, clean air and water in District 10. Steve has the creativity, smarts, guts and gumption to bring about real change. There's no one better qualified to represent the people of District 10 than Steve Moss.."
— Lori Higa
Social and Environmental Justice Advocate
"As a San Francisco native, I can attest that Steve is the kind of leader the City needs to take us into the future."
— Richard N. Goldman
Former Chief of Protocol, City and County of San Francisco
"I support Steve because he has the perfect balance of experience, commitment and passion needed to be a great San Francisco Supervisor. District 10 leaders need to respond to the needs of Potrero, Bayview and beyond — and as a resident, nonprofit director and active member of the small business community in Bayview, Steve is prepared to hold all of the issues of District 10 as he works to improve quality of life for each and every resident."
— Jennifer Bing
Alvarado Elementary School parent
"I support Steven Moss because he cares about both districts Bayview Hunters Point and Potero Hill. Steven has the interest of both communities and will work to improve them both."
— Gwendolyn Westbrook
CEO, United Council of Human Services
"Steve Moss is thoughtful, prepared, and dedicated to serving communities in need."
— Ewen Wang
Pediatric Emergency Room Physician
"Steve Moss is about opportunity; he gives people like me a chance. And that's what Bayview needs; opportunities to succeed, particularly for our young black men."
— Idell Wilson
"My friend Steve is highly qualified in public policy and governance, having worked for the White House, U.S. Congress, and U.S. Treasury Department."
— Roseleyn "Cissie" Swig
Cultural Affairs Activist, Philanthropist
"Steve has used his deep analytical and strategic skills on behalf of small businesses and farmers in multiple energy regulatory cases over a two decade period. I'd want Steve on my side in a policy fight."
— Edward Poole
"Steve was an excellent professor who listened and responded to our concerns as students. His public policy expertise is phenomenal, his ideas for the future are visionary, and he communicates complex issues in a way that anyone can understand. His commitment to District 10 is crystal clear and I am 100% confident he would be a breath of fresh air to the area and to the Board of Supervisors. "
— Nicole Hudley
"In more than 20 years of living and working in Dogpatch and Potrero Hill, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many neighbors on grassroots efforts vital to District 10. Steven Moss is the most effective and intelligent leader I’ve seen emerge from this community and he is uniquely qualified to lead our future as supervisor. Steve is an educator, an activist, a writer, a publisher, a public policy expert, a non-profit founder, a global do-gooder, a small business owner, a husband, a father, a friend, and a committed member of our community. He has helped engage public dialog and has made tremendous contributions to promoting more sustainable local energy policy and improving the quality of life and environmental health of District 10. Most importantly, Steve really cares. He brings an informed, involved, progressive public voice to this wonderful and diverse district. District 10 needs a leader like Steven Moss at this critical time."
— John Borg
"Moss is not only a public policy professional, a local business person and newspaper editor, but a great father and a true friend."
— Chris Block
Long-time affordable housing
executive & Mission District
small business owner
"I am voting for Steve because he is a principled, pragmatic, passionate leader, who has a proven track record and has demonstrated his commitment to our neighborhood time and time again. Steve Moss is what we need."
— Richard White
Potrero Hill resident
"If elected I'll focus on job creation that's small business-based and green; support the development of affordable housing and thriving neighborhoods; champion educational opportunities for our children; and work for a better environment, including creating more open space, and cleaning-up the toxic legacy of years gone by."
Moss For District 10
291 Connecticut Street
San Francisco, CA 94107