When Chesa Boudin was just 14 months old, his parents dropped him off with a babysitter and never came back. That day, they drove a getaway car in a robbery that tragically took the lives of three men. Growing up, Chesa became all too familiar with the experience of going through metal detectors and steel gates to give his parents a hug. Today, he’s one of the most outspoken voices for criminal justice reform in the country. And this November he’s running to be San Francisco’s next district attorney.