San Diego’s mayoral race is going to be tough.
And that’s okay.
San Diego is a diverse, diverse city.
I don’t care if you’re white, Asian, Hispanic, gay, straight, transgender, disabled, intersex, transgendered, interracial, genderqueer, genderfluid, interloper, intersexual, queer, or any other label, I think you know what I’m talking about.
So when I say, “I’m running for mayor,” you know, you hear me out.
And you’ll hear me on Twitter.
You’ll hear my name.
You will hear my ideas.
I’m the first person to truly say, we’re all going to win this election.
And if we win this campaign, we can change San Diego.
The other thing that I want to say is that we have to be clear, and we have got to do this because we have a huge, huge opportunity ahead of us.
If we don’t have a mayor who can stand up to the industry, who will stand up for us and stand up against the special interests, I’m just not going to vote for him, because I think he’ll get his way.
We’re going to change this city.
San Diegans need a leader who’s going to lead us.
And then we need a person who can unite us.
And I have been doing a lot of work in San Diego, and it’s not just me.
I’ve got a lot to say to the people of this city, because we’re going in the wrong direction, and if we don- you know- what, we won’t be successful.
If I don- we’re not a winner, I don�t want to be the mayor of this great city, San Diego has to be a winner.
And we need to be able to be that leader.