Manohar Raju is a committed San Francisco Democrat who currently serves as San Francisco’s Public Defender. He is a founding member of Public Defenders for Racial Justice.
The son of immigrants from India, Mano’s parents taught him the importance of voting and being a civically-engaged person.
A Word From Mano
“I am running to help ensure that the San Francisco Democratic Party consistently stands up for the values of everyday San Franciscans. There is much work to be done to register new voters, connect young people to our party, and promote equity.
In this presidential election year, now is the time to unite our Democratic Party under the shared values of promoting diversity, compassion, and justice for all.
This is my pledge to you.”
A Brief Look At
San Francisco Democrats
Mano Raju has served the people of San Francisco as an attorney in the
Public Defender's office
for over twelve years.
In this photo, Mano's supporters gather to support his candidacy to be San Francisco
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A San Francisco resident
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Not be in state or federal prison, or on parole for the conviction of a felony
Not currently found mentally incompetent to vote by a court
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On March 3, 2020, San Francisco’s Democrats will get to vote for candidates in the presidential primary, U.S. Congress, State Senate, State Assembly, and the Democratic County Central Committee!
In addition to these important races, there are a number of local ballot measures that deserve your attention.
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