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Greg Hardeman (March 2024)

San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee AD 19

Greg Hardeman, born and raised in West Portal, attended elementary and high school in San Francisco, experiencing both private and public education. He hails from a strong union family deeply rooted in San Francisco, with his mother being a Ukrainian refugee born in Shanghai, China. Greg is a 4th generation San Franciscan on his departed father’s side, who was a 40+ year labor leader and activist.

His career began in 2001 as an elevator apprentice, eventually graduating as an elevator mechanic. With 8 years of experience as a Union Organizer and Labor Chair for the Apprenticeship Program, Greg currently serves as the Business Representative/Recording Secretary for IUEC (International Union of Elevator Constructors) Local 8. He has spent 16 years with the San Francisco Building & Construction Trades Council, held a 15-year tenure on the San Francisco Labor Council, and was elected as an ADEM in 2023.

As a 21-year card-carrying union member, labor leader, and lifelong proud Democrat, Greg has tirelessly knocked on countless doors, engaged in weeks-long phone banking, organized worksite visits, and recruited numerous members and activists. His efforts aim to encourage individuals to vote for candidates dedicated to giving a voice to all working people and marginalized communities.

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PROP D: Strengthen ethics laws for elected officials (March 2024)

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PROP E: Weaken police accountability and expand surveillance (March 2024)

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