Angela Alioto - Biography

Biography

Alioto was born in San Francisco, California. Her father was Joseph L. Alioto, the former mayor of San Francisco. She was the President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and served for 8 years. Her son, Joseph Alioto Veronese serves as a San Francisco Police commissioner.

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