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Alioto endorses Newsom  Angela Alioto is the race's 3rd-place finisher. Ammiano endorsed Green Party candidate Gonzalez Gonzalez criticized Newsom-Alioto deal  Gonzalez said Alioto wanted sort of vice mayor position overseeing homelessness and he refused Candidates Clash Over Fundraising  Gonzalez has already been outspent by Newsom, and Newsom has been allowed to collect even more money Gore endorses Newsom  Former Vice President's defeat in the presidential election has been attributed to support taken by the Green Party's Nader Gonzalez, Newsom in final debate
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Newsom challenged Gonzalez to debates  Mayoral contender challenged his runoff opponent and fellow supervisor to 4 debates Newsom, Gonzalez Pick Up Endorsements  Sec't of State Shelley, Teamsters have come out in support of Newsom. Gonzalez was endorsed by ex-mayor Agnos Mayor Candidates Square Off  Supervisors Newsom and Gonzalez took on issues like school and arts funding, shrinking city government Poll: mayor race will be close
Supervisor failed to report loans   Gavin Newsom officially running for mayor  Joined by Mayor Brown, state Sen. Speier, Newsom pledged to breathe new life into what he called stale political landscape Newsom gets deal on house loan   Newsom to ban aggressive panhandling  The supervisor is asking the city attorney to draft an ordinance that would curb panhandling with incentives and penalties Newsom Asks To Support 'Care Not Cash'   Care not Cash reintroduced at board  Supervisor Newsom is saying he's garnered close to majority support already   6 being held for alleged attack on Newsom  5 women and a man, all clad in black, allegedly shouted threats as they tried to approach the car of SF Supervisor Newsom Files Papers for Mayor's Race Care not Cash turned down  Supervisor Newsom failed to muster the 6 votes needed to revive his Care not Cash homeless plan Election campaigning heats up Newsom faces runoff

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  Brown's hand-picked successor now faces a runoff against a Green Party upstart Gonzalez
  Matt Gonzales leading with 49% of the vote, while Gavin Newsom was close behind with 47%

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  In mayoral debate the 2 candidates emphasized their differences but did not appear to open any new wounds
Dec.5 Runoff races tighten  Matt Gonzalez received 50% backing in the group of telephone surveys, compared to 48% for Gavin Newsom Dec.7 Gonzalez, Newsom supporters clash  Gonzalez and Newsom spent Sunday hustling supporters to City Hall for early voting Dec.8 Clinton backs Newsom
  The former president flew into town aboard a Newsom supporter's jet for a 20-minute pep- talk at Newsom campaign HQ
Dec.9 Gavin Newsom New San Francisco Mayor
  Supervisor Gavin Newsom, 36, beat rival Matt Gonzalez and will replace outgoing mayor Willie Brown
 Born on Oct. 10, 1967, in San Francisco. From 1992 was a founder, owner of PlumpJack wine shop. Mayoral candidate's platform focused on homeless policy, economic development and measures to improve the quality of life in the city's neighborhoods
Dec.12 Newsom: Changes Coming to SFPD  Newly-elected mayor said the police department will get a lot of his attention. Fagan will make a case to keep his job Dec.14 Newsom's plan to fight homelessness  Mayor-elect promised to introduce a 10-year plan within 6 months that would create 550 units of 'supportive housing' Dec.15 Renne to head Newsom's transition team  Mayor-elect announced his first personnel decision, tapping longtime public figure and former City Attorney Dec.20 Newsom announces transition team  Mayor-elect announced the names of 180 people, including many sitting commissioners and two former rivals

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