Join Bruce to Hold City Hall Accountable: Equal Services, More Jobs, Better Education!
Bruce has spent his life’s work advocating for you and our neighborhoods. Bruce Williams was born and raised in District 4. Bruce attended Knox Elementary School, Morse High School, and the University of California San Diego.
After graduating college, Bruce went to work with County Supervisor Leon Williams. Then later, Bruce served as the District 4 community’s advocate for two Republican San Diego Mayors and served with the first African-American Democratic City Council President Tony Young.
Bruce has worked with Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Businesses, and Labor to make our community better. He has worked with newly elected Mayor Kevin Faulconer and worked with the Democrats on the City Council. He is known for working together to find a solution to benefit District 4. Currently, he is on an advisory board working with Food for Less and interested stakeholders to ensure the store will be the same quality as in other neighborhoods.
Bruce has a history of making a difference in our communities. He has advocated for more police patrols to keep our families safe, for more funding fpr our neighborhood streets and sidewalks, and has supported local businesses.
Bruce is only beholden to our community’s interests, not special interests. He is not divisive but knows how to get things done at City Hall. Our community needs a leader who understands what we face and has the experience to get the job done.
Bruce is the best prepared to build on the work of a long history of fighters such as Leon Williams, George Stevens, Charles Lewis, and the first African American City Council President in the history of San Diego.
Join Bruce so our voice will not only be heard at City Hall but will make a difference!