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Alameda County, CA November 8, 2011 Election
Council Member; City of Emeryville Voter Information

Results as of Nov 14 12:36pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (4/4)
Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Jacqueline Asher Click here for more information about this candidate 924 votes 27.80%

  • Occupation: Educator
  • President, Friends of Emeryville Child Development Center
  • Implement family-friendly policies
  • Improve communitcation with residents
  • Preserve the safety and security of our residents
Ruth Atkin Click here for more information about this candidate 839 votes 25.24%
  • Occupation: Emeryville City Councilmember
  • Co-Chair of BEST (Building Emeryville Schools Together)
  • Commissioner, Alameda County Transportation Commission
  • Member, Alameda County Lead Poisoning Prevention Board
  • Member, Climate Change Task Force
  • Continue work to make Emeryville more pedestrian and bike friendly
  • Create more family-friendly housing, Reduce traffic, and Support our small, locally owned businesses
  • Continue to work with the local schools on partnerships that benefit all of Emeryville
Nora Davis Click here for more information about this candidate 822 votes 24.73%
  • Occupation: City Councilmember
  • Founder and Emeritus Member, Emery Education Foundation
  • Keep Our Budget Balanced to Maintain and Improve Our Essential City Services
  • Improve Transportation Services and Reduce Traffic Congestion, Uphold Emeryville's Commitment to Achieving Excellence in Education
  • Improve the Quality of Life for Emeryville's Families and Seniors, Make Emeryville a Local Leader in the Fight Against Global Warming
Ken Bukowski Click here for more information about this candidate 408 votes 12.27%
  • Occupation: Emeryville City Councilmember
  • Founder of Emeryville Chamber of Commerce
  • Fighting to Protect the Rights of Emeryville Residents,and City Employees
  • Proponent of City Attorney Measure F
  • League of CA Cities Administrative Services Committee Member
  • Regional Alliance For Transit (RAFT) Member
  • Former Owner of Silks Nigfhtclub
  • Seek to empower Emeryville Residents with Items listed on a Voter Petition
  • Maintain our excellent Police & Fire Services and Eliminate Red Light Traffic Enforcement Cameras
  • Accomplishing FREE wireless Internet Service for Emeryville Residents
William Michael Webber Click here for more information about this candidate 331 votes 9.96%
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • Emeryville Homeowner since 2005
  • San Francisco/Oakland resident since 1983
  • Homeowners Association President 5 years
  • Married with three children.
  • Stanford Law School 1982
  • University of Southern California 1971
  • Keep public services (fire, police) in Emeryville, NOT "outsourced".
  • Keep Anna Yates Elementary open, not combined with high school!
  • Restore the public trust in Emeryville government.

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Candidate Forums

  • Date: Wednesday, October 26
    Time: 7:30 - 8:30 PM
    Place: Emeryville City Council Chambers
    1333 Park Avenue, Emeryville CA
  • Sponsor: LWV Berkeley-Albany-Emeryville
  • The Forum will be cablecast on ETV, Channel 27.
    Repeat cablecasts will be announced on the station's community calendar.
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