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Tuesday November 3, 2020 — California General Election

City of San Luis ObispoCandidate for City Council

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Robin Wolf

Restaurant/Hospitality Manager
2,624 votes (6.1%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • My name is Robin Wolf and I am running for SLO City Council. A SLO local, I was raised on the Central Coast.  My 2+ decades working in restaurants, hospitality, and tourism, offer a unique skill set and perspective into an industry that is an economi
  • Downtown and Local Recovery and Vitality The economic impact of Covid-19 on our City and it’s residents is unlike anything we’ve faced before. It’s imperative that we dig deep and work together - City officials, County and State government, private o
  • Affordable Housing and Renter’s Rights I have been a renter in SLO since 1999. I know the struggle that the working population of SLO faces in finding and keeping affordable housing here. I think we need to look to more creative solutions in our hous





My name is Robin Wolf and I am running for SLO City Council.


A SLO local , I was born and raised on the Central Coast.  


My 2+ decades working in restaurants, hospitality, and tourism, offer a unique skill set and perspective into an industry that is an economic force in our area and provides a living for many of our residents. I have learned to listen and to bridge divides between people to ensure everyone has a seat at the table.

I am dedicated to greater community engagement in local government, especially our youth and traditionally underrepresented voices.


In this time of Covid-19 and it’s devastating impact on our health and economy, we need new and creative approaches to support local businesses and workers facing an uncertain future. I am a worker. I am a renter. I understand the struggle we undertake to make San Luis Obispo our home. City Government should be transparent and inclusive and serve the people always. I am fiercely committed to making sure each community member is heard, valued, respected, and engaged.  Join me as we work toward a SLO for All!

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