SAN FRANCISCO (CA) — Today Board President of the San Francisco Supervisors Norman Yee announced his endorsement for Suzy Loftus as District Attorney.

“’I’ve known and worked with Suzy Loftus for many years.   I am endorsing her because of her track record of building relationships with people throughout the city and working with people to create meaningful change. She will take her experiences working with community stakeholders to transform the DA’s office to be more fair and accountable to the people of San Francisco.    She is the leadership we need and I’ll be working to help get Suzy elected as our next DA,” said President Yee.

“I’m honored to have President Yee’s endorsement and support,” said Suzy.  “I am grateful for his leadership on Vision Zero and look forward to expanding our efforts to keep our streets safe for everyone who uses them.”  “President Yee has been a leader in taking a problem-solving approach to many of our neighborhood safety challenges and I look forward to working with him to ensure that we deliver a city that is safe and just for everyone.

President Yee is the sixth endorsement by a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, giving Suzy the majority of support.  Other Supervisors to support Suzy include Rafael Mandelman, Vallie Brown, Catherine Stefani, Shamann Walton and Ahsha Safai.

Other leaders to endorse Suzy include U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Mayor London Breed, State Senator Scott Wiener, Assemblyman David Chiu, Former California Democratic Party Chair John Burton, State Board of Equalization Member Malia Cohen, former Supervisors Katy Tang and John Avalon  community advocate and BART Board member Lateefah Simon, gun safety advocate Shawn Richards, LGBTQ activist and BART Board member Bevan Dufty, justice activist Sunny Schwartz, community leader Roma Guy, former chair of the SF Democratic Party Mary Jung, community leaders Darlene Chiu Bryant and Jaynry Mak, community leader David Chan, Democratic activist Petra de Jesus, Frances Hseih, Tami Bryant and many more.

Since launching her campaign Suzy has held listening sessions throughout the city to talk with residents about reform of our criminal justice system, their unique neighborhood challenges and their ideas for change.  

More information about Suzy’s journey to becoming a prosecutor and reform advocate, as well as her policy platform, is available at