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illie Brown has his head so far up his crown he can&185;t see. Clint Reilly could scare Norman Bates. Tom Ammiano&185;s a freaking lefty, and Frank Jordan, well, he has to be watered twice a week. Then there&185;s Leland Yee, who has good posture, if nothing else.

The filing deadline for this year&185;s mayoral race is upon us. Though the final field isn&185;t set (will Angela Alioto really humiliate herself again?), it&185;s become abundantly clear that San Franciscans will be picking their next leader from a drought-stunted, plague-infested crop of candidates.

So in our continuing commitment to civic betterment, SF Weekly invites you to be part of the solution, as they say, and build your own mayor. We&185;ve provided some of the parts, but you&185;re encouraged to add your own. You can hang your custom-designed mayor on the refrigerator, or send it to us. Maybe we&185;ll print a few of them.

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