There’s a reason Marjan Philhour is being accused of Pay-to-Play politics: She’s received an enormous amount of money for her campaign from technology and real estate interests. Do the names Salesforce, Airbnb and Facebook ring a bell? If Philhour is elected, won’t they expect a return on their investments? And, how are the needs of these corporate interests in sync with those of ordinary Richmond District residents? SEIU, which represents working San Franciscans whose needs have too often been ignored, is simply telling Richmond District voters where Philhour’s sympathies lie, regardless of the pretty promises on Facebook and her website.