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Alameda County, CA November 2, 2010 Election
Council Member; City of Alameda Voter Information

Results as of Jan 6 2:56pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (48/48)
(135 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.30%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Rob Bonta Click here for more information about this candidate 9164 votes 20.51%

  • Occupation: City of Alameda Health Care District Director
  • Chair, City of Alameda's Economic Development Commission
  • President, City of Alameda's Social Service Human Relations Board
  • B,A, Yale
  • J.D. Yale Law School
  • Cultivate economic development
  • Preserve public safety
  • Maintain and improve our quality of life
Lena Tam Click here for more information about this candidate 7748 votes 17.34%
  • Occupation: Alameda City Councilmember
  • Alameda Health Care District Board Member (2001-2006)
  • Alameda County Planning Commissioner (2000-2005)
  • President, City of Alameda League of Women Voters (1998-2000)
  • 2005 Woman of the Year, 16th Assembly District
  • U.C. Berkeley, Bachelor of Science, Civil/Environmental Engineering
  • University of San Francisco, Master of Public Administration
  • Secure adequate funding to support our schools by working with the community
  • Preserve public safety by maintaining our ambulance service, police and fire staffing
  • Create and preserve jobs through business retention and recruitment
Beverly J. Johnson 7682 votes 17.19%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Alameda Mayor
Jean (Spencer) Sweeney Click here for more information about this candidate 7018 votes 15.70%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
  • BS (ed) University of Idaho
  • Good Citizen Award given to me for getting the Alameda Beltline Railroad to sell back 30 to the city for less than a million dollars.
  • Elementary school teacher in the public and Montessori schools.
  • Rehab, restore, and reuse the buildings at Alameda Point.
  • Examine the employment contracts that threaten our city.
  • Develop a sane plan for Alameda Point with a cap on the number of residental homes.
Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft Click here for more information about this candidate 5560 votes 12.44%
  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner/Arbitrator
  • President, City of Alameda Planning Board
  • Director, Alameda Hospital & City of Alameda Health Care District Boards (2000 - 2006)
  • Member, City of Alameda Economic Development Commission (2005 - 2006)
  • Chair, Campaign to Save Alameda Hospital (2002)
  • Co-Chair, Campaign to build new Main Library and renovate branch libraries (2000)
  • U.C. Davis, Bachelor of Science; Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D.
  • Strengthening our local economy by creating jobs and housing opportunities
  • Achieving a sustainable City budget in order to maintain both essential and desirable public services
  • Moving forward with sensible, sustainable development at Alameda Point
Tracy Jensen Click here for more information about this candidate 3211 votes 7.19%
  • Occupation: Alameda Unified School District Board Member
  • Co-Chair - Alameda Collaborative for Children, Youth and Families
  • Led the adoption of the first school Wellness Policy to improve student nutrition and encourage physical activity.
  • Led the adoption of the first lessons to address bullying in elementary grades and ensure respect for Alameda's diverse families.
  • City of Oakland Senior Services Administrator - manage a $2 million budget and 4 senior centers to keep seniors active and independent.
  • Board member - Alameda County Community Food Bank
  • Degrees: MBA and MPH, Emory University; B.S. - Public Administration, California State University East Bay
  • I established the first City-School Board committee and my first priority will always be programs and services for Alameda youth and families.
  • I opposed Measure B but I will work for Alameda Point development that provides safe school sites, funds public services and doesn't increase traffic.
  • I helped students and parents to reduce our school landfill waste by more than 100% and I want to make Alameda the greenest city in California.
Adam F. Gillitt Click here for more information about this candidate 2291 votes 5.13%
  • Occupation: Alameda Business Owner
  • Consultant for web technology, graphic design and social networking
  • BA, English & American Literature, Brown University
  • MA Teacher Certification, Secondary English
  • RI Teacher Certification, English 7-12
  • Reform of Fiscal Mismanagement in City Government
  • Leadership at the Former NAS / Alameda Point
  • Involvement of Citizens in and Transparency of City Government
Jeff Mitchell Click here for more information about this candidate 1879 votes 4.20%
  • Occupation: Journalist, Communications Consultant
  • Alameda Sunshine Task Force member
  • Open Government Advocate
  • Member, Board of Directors, Alameda Meals on Wheels
  • Require Alameda City Hall to operate with full openness and transparency
  • Enact a comprehensive Sunshine Ordinance
  • Enact meaningful campaign finance reform regulations

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