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About The Candidate

Julian Enrique Bermudez hails from San Francisco's Mission District. He was born at San Francisco General Hospital and brought up by an Army soldier and dental hygienist in a blue-collar family. Bermudez's family has been providing the local community with reasonably priced appliances and repair services at Rancho Grande Appliance since 1996. Bermudez's desire for civic leadership was born through his involvement in youth ministries, student government, and wrestling programs during his time at Archbishop Riordan High School. Subsequently, he pursued the study of comparative religions at Chico State University, which deepened his fascination for the subject.

Upon nearing the completion of his Bachelor of Arts program, Bermudez made the deliberate choice to join the US Army as an infantryman, following in his father's footsteps. After serving for three years, Bermudez received his discharge from the army and returned to his home in the Mission District to reintegrate into society. When Bermudez is not occupied managing the family business, he dedicates his leisure time to practicing with SF's Fog Rugby Club and pondering how to improve San Francisco through coordinated efforts.

A note from Julian…

I decided to run for District 9 City Supervisor because I recognized where we've been and where we are now.


We've witnessed how politicians have boosted tech interests across our region, leaving far too many community members behind. There is mistreatment around us; instead of seeking understanding and connection, they succumb to corporate interests that continue to harm us. It does not have to be this way. I am new to the political scene, but not in the neighborhood. I understand the good that our local businesses, shops, schools, and organizations can produce and achieve.


I know how to show up, be present, and listen in solidarity with everyone who deserves to be heard. While I am aware of the numerous obstacles we face, I am not jaded by them and am eager to go out there and get to work. I appreciate your support; we have so much to do together.

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