November 9, 2019 – As you drive down towards the El Rio on Mission Street, a thundering crowd of cheering heard down the block. Parked right in front of the spot is a bling Lamborghini parked with Chesa Boudin signs on the windshield.
What do you think Suzie Loftus’s expression would be like during the transfer of office?
“I don’t give a f*** what she feels!” says a 6’5” supporter.
Chair of Berniecrats opens up the night at 9:22 p.m. with a speech celebrating the winning of the Seattle Socialists.
As Chesa Boudin walks in, the crowd chants, “Chesa, Chesa, Chesa, Chesa I love you!”
Chesa says it’s not suitable for a lawyer, but “I’m speechless” by the celebrative supporters. A few supporters brought their pet dog, and the pets were cheering in support as well.
Chesa just returned from New York with his mother, Kathy, and wife, Valerie. They visited Chesa’s incarcerated biological father.
Chesa said, “We’re tired of the plague and wrongful convictions. The justice system should serve everyone and not just the well connected. Today’s victory shows the desperation of San Franciscans wanting a change through their votes. We need a drastically different system that we can call “just”! No more letting juveniles get charged like adult crimes. Let’s remove the three-strikes-then-life punishment system. We also need to save the victims who are not covered in the media… The United States leads the world in locking people up, and we’ll lead the release of that starting from San Francisco.”
Chesa spent seven minutes thanking his campaign manager, Kaylah Williams, and his campaign team on stage. Kaylah Williams however, is busy thanking others.
Everyone at the party was excited, happy, respectful, welcoming, and friendly.
Some supporters loved Chesa so much they were hugging his sign throughout all hours of the party.
Today November 9, 2019 at 2:25:33 PM, closed off the November 5, 2019 Election ballot counts. Here is the final summary from the Department of Elections; that caused this Victory Party for Chesa Boudin, making history in the SF District Attorney elections, first time in over a hundred years.