Glendon Hyde (who performs under the drag name Anna Conda and won the Miss Trannyshack competition in 2004) filed paperwork today to become a candidate for SF Supervisor in District 6 in 2010 -- the seat currently filled by Chris Daly who will be termed out as of next year. Hyde joins a race against possible candidates Jane Kim, Debra Walker, Jim Meko, and, potentially, Human Rights Commissioner Theresa Sparks.

Hyde has long been a passionate advocate for the homeless and for LGBT causes, and throughout the Prop 8 fight and aftermath, he has been marching and organizing marches (in and out of drag) in support of marriage equality.

As Supervisor, Hyde plans to advocate for more affordable housing, rehabilitation of the homeless, and the further greening of the city. In order to generate more revenue for these causes, he plans to push for the statewide revocation of Prop 13 for corporations, something which SF Assessor Phil Ting has argued could solve a lot of the state's and individual cities' budget problems.

Hyde spoke to SFist this weekend about his mission in running for the Board of Supes: