Vice President Kamala Harris was in the Bay Area Friday for a high-dollar fundraiser and a quick meeting with small business owners in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
She met with Mayor London Breed, and several local business leaders, for what ended up being a very brief discussion.
The goal of the meeting with small business owners in Chinatown was to outline the funds that will be spent to help small businesses over the next few years.
According to the Biden administration, trillions of dollars will continue to be rolled out through the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS Act and the infrastructure law.
The roundtable was held at the Chinatown branch of the San Francisco Library. Harris’ message was part encouragement, part stump speech.
Vice president Kamala Harris was back in the Bay Area Friday. Her whirlwind visit had her raising some campaign cash, and meeting with Chinatown business leaders. Her husband, …