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Alameda County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Michael K. "Mike" Rich

Candidate for
Member, City Council; City of Alameda

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Regional Government Manager
  • Cal State East Bay Graduate
  • Personnel Director, Bay Area Air Quality Management District
  • 20 years experience in local and regional government
  • Member of Alameda Civil Service Board
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Bringing people together around creative ideas to improve our quality of life.
  • Fostering environmental awareness, with specific ideas to mitigate traffic and improve air quality.
  • Ensuring that all Alamedans get maximum return for their tax dollars, with excellent City services across the board.
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Key Endorsements
  • As a first time candidate I am working on endorsements.
  • I am supported by many friends and neighbors in Alameda.
  • As people learn of my campaign, I have received very positive feedback.
Position Papers
Multiple-Unit Dwelling Credits
A creative idea that may foster a middle ground on residential development.
Destination Auto Row
A creative idea to help ensure adequate revenue for City services.
Campaign Fundraising Reform
A creative idea to de-emphasize big-money campaigning.
Campaign Contact Information

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