Election 2014

What skills do you possess that make you uniquely qualified to be Alameda’s mayor?

It’s 2025 and the vision you had for Alameda when you were elected in 2014 has come to fruition. Describe Alameda.

It’s 2025 and the vision you had for Alameda when you were elected in 2014 has come to fruition. Describe Alameda.

It’s 2025 and the vision you had for Alameda when you were elected in 2014 has come to fruition. Describe Alameda.

Do you support passage of Measure I? Why or why not?

Do you support passage of Measure I? Why or why not?

Do you support passage of Measure I? Why or why not?

It seems Alameda’s firefighter and teacher unions aren’t the only groups seeking to influence this fall’s races.

Incumbent BART director Robert Raburn is facing two challengers – Alameda City Councilwoman Lena Tam, who also serves as the East Bay Municipal Utility District water resources planning manager; and Larry Lionel Young Jr., a teacher and Realtor from Oakland. Meanwhile, Elsa Ortiz is running unopposed to keep her Ward 3 directorship on the AC Transit board.

The Alamedan/Alameda Sun city candidate forum will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, September 18 in the Regina K. Stafford Room in the Main Library, 1550 Oak Street. And you can check out your school board candidates from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, September 20 in the multipurpose room at Maya Lin School, 825 Taylor Avenue.

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