David-Campos.jpgHey SFians: live in District 9 and want to meet your District Supervisor? Find some time this Friday for lunch at the Yelp four and a half starred Charlie’s Deli Cafe in Bernal Heights and you shall.

According to the Bay Area Reporter, D9 Supervisor David Campos will be meeting with constituents from noon to 2pm as he gets ready to launch his reelection campaign.

Campos, who was recently ranked as the “most improved” of SF’s Supes by the Chamber of Commerce, is only facing one opponent so far for his seat in D9, says SF’s Ethics Commission.

The BAR seems to suggest that this candidate is Benjamin Castaneda, who said on Facebook “I’m fortunate to say that at the age of 23. That this time next year I will be announcing my campaign for Supervisor. Sorry, David you know I love you but I grew up here too.”

If Castaneda is Campos’ opponent, the incumbent might be in for quite a battle, as Castaneda is clearly a fighter, and has made several other strong statements, including announcing that “I’ll kill for my family that’s including the police. I know what’s mine period!”

However, the BAR says that “unless a serious challenger emerges, Campos is expected to easily win re-election and became a key leader within the city’s progressive camp.”

Head to Charlie’s this Friday, and decide for yourself.

What: District 9 Supervisor David Campos to meet constituents
When: Friday, January 6, from noon to 2pm
Where: Charlie’s Deli Cafe: 3202 Folsom St.
Cost: free to meet, but if you’d like some food/beverage, it’s going to cost

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