South San Francisco City Council candidate Mark Nagales has announced that he received the endorsement of San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa.
With Supervisor David Canepa, the campaign has now received the endorsement of the entire San Mateo County Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Canepa joins his colleagues Supervisors Carole Groom, Don Horsley, Dave Pine, and Warren Slocum in supporting Mark’s candidacy for City Council. Supervisor Canepa represents the communities of Brisbane, Colma, Daly City, and parts of San Bruno and South San Francisco.
In a statement, Mark said, “I look forward to working with Supervisor Canepa on affordable housing issues, reducing traffic congestion, improving public transportation, expanding public safety measures, and ensuring that the needs of South San Francisco residents remain a priority. Our campaign’s message continues to resonate with residents, elected officials, and business leaders. Let’s keep working hard towards victory!”
Mark has previously been endorsed by Congresswoman Jackie Speier; State Senators Jerry Hill and Scott Wiener; Assemblymembers Kevin Mullin & Phil Ting; former California State Assemblymember Gene Mullin; former South San Francisco Mayors Pedro Gonzalez and John Penna, all members of the South San Francisco Unified School Board, Parks and Recreation Commission, and Library Board; the San Mateo County Labor Council; and a growing list of South San Francisco residents, business owners, and community leaders.
Mark Nagales has lived in South San Francisco for over 30 years, where he and his wife Amy are raising their two young children, Aidan and Josephine. A dedicated public servant, Mark Nagales is an experienced community leader who brings his public service experience from working on the Federal, State and local levels. As Constituent Services Director for Congresswoman Jackie Speier and Senior Aide to former California State Assemblymember Gene Mullin, Mark has worked tirelessly to help seniors, veterans, families, and children, including recovering over $5 million in veterans’ benefits.