The entrance to Wednesday night's mayoral forum at San Francisco's United Irish Cultural Center was thick with supporters of the race's four leading candidates, waving banners and politely offering campaign buttons and flyers.
But there was also no scarcity of attendees still searching for the person they think ought to lead the city after voters go to the polls June 5.
Before the brisk and lively forum, Jane Field, a resident of the Inner Richmond neighborhood who claimed to have no favorite in the race, said she braved the evening's rainy forecast to get a look at the candidates "up close and personal." She was looking for a candidate with integrity. "We need integrity in government," Field said.