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San Francisco Mayor London Breed Congratulates Chicago Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot
April 2, 2019

News Courtesy of San Francisco Mayor London Breed Office of Communications~~

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Contact: Mayors Office of Communications, 415-554-6131

                                                                       

                                                           

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MAYOR LONDON BREED ON ELECTION OF LORI LIGHTFOOT AS CHICAGO MAYOR

 

I want to congratulate Lori Lightfoot on her election as Mayor of Chicago. Both the black community and LGBT community can be proud of her history-making victory tonight. All across our country, more and more black women are showing what they can do in positions of leadership, and each of us who is elected opens the door for even more young girls and boys to follow in our paths. Im excited what this election means for the people of Chicago and I want to wish the new Mayor of Chicago luck as she takes office.

 

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