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Barbara Bry is a problem-solver, not a politician

Barbara Bry is a successful high-tech entrepreneur, a nonprofit leader, a mother, and a problem-solver.

Barbara is not a politician. She never expected to run for Mayor. But when she joined the City Council, she found a mess. Now, she’s set out to fix it.

Standing Up for Our Neighborhoods

Barbara is leading the fight to rein in the Short Term Vacation Rental industry and resist Sacramento’s takeover of local land-use decisions.

Regulating Electric Scooters

Barbara stood up to the multi-billion dollar electric scooter industry and is leading the fight for regulations to get the scooters under control.

Increasing Transparency

Barbara led the effort to enact a ballot measure that requires disclosure of all businesses and individuals who benefit from city contracts.

Making SDSU West a reality

Barbara was the first elected official to support SDSU West and is the leading voice on the City Council to get a deal done that is fair for taxpayers and for SDSU!

Why Father Joe Endorses Barbara Bry for Mayor

“I've dedicated my life to helping the homeless, and I know Barbara Bry is the only candidate with the independence and integrity to get our City's homeless policy back on track.”
- Father Joe Carroll

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Run Women Run

Run Women Run inspires, recruits, trains, mentors and supports pro-choice women for elected and appointed office.

We are grateful for all the candidates who have the courage to stand up, run, and make a difference in our communities.

A long-term commitment to San Diego

I will bring leadership that puts solutions for San Diegans first, prioritizes fiscal discipline, stands up to the special interests, treats all residents and communities fairly, and creates comprehensive solutions to long-standing problems.

Why I'm Running

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