Former American Mayor George Moscone was born to George and Lena Moscone almost decades decades before his demise.
His father, George, as a Correction Officer, while his mother, Lena, was a homemaker.
His parents got seperated when he was very little.
About George Moscone
George Moscone served as the Mayor of San Francisco from 1976 until his tragic assassination on November 27, 1978.
Before he assumed office, he held the position of member of the Democratic Party and played a significant role in San Francisco’s political landscape during his time in office.
Moscone served in the California State Senate from 1967 to 1976, during which he championed various liberal causes, including environmental protection, gun control, and LGBTQ+ rights.
Moscone’s tenure as mayor was marked by efforts to reform city government, improve housing, and address social issues.
Moscone had appointed Harvey Milk, an openly gay man, to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. This made Milk one of the first openly gay elected officials in the United States.
Moscone and Harvey Milk were assassinated by fellow politician Dan White, in their offices at San Francisco City Hall on November 27, 1978.