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Alameda County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
Council Member; City of Emeryville Voter Information

Results as of Dec 28 11:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (5/5)
(7 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.19%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Dianne Martinez Click here for more information about this candidate 1219 votes 33.32%

  • Occupation: Mother/Television Producer
  • Former Senior Producer at PlayStation Network
  • Graduate of USC's School of Cinema-Television
  • Parent of two preschool-aged children
  • Member of RULE - Residents United for a Livable Emeryville
  • Creating A More Walkable, Bikable Emeryville
  • Keeping Emeryville Affordable
  • Prioritizing Public Safety
Scott Donahue Click here for more information about this candidate 1141 votes 31.19%
  • Occupation: Teacher/Artist
  • 37-year Emeryville Resident
  • Co-Founder, RULE (Residents United for a Livable Emeryville)
  • 10 years on the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
  • Award-winning public artist
  • Instrumental in implementing Emeryville Greenway
  • Small Business Owner
  • Increasing Bike and Pedestrian Access
  • Preserving & Expanding Public Transportation
  • Reinvigorating Emeryville through Affordable Housing and Limited Equity Co-ops
John J. Bauters Click here for more information about this candidate 950 votes 25.97%
  • Occupation: Public Policy Director
  • Bachelor of Arts (Government & Psychology), University of Notre Dame
  • Juris Doctor (Law), Boston College Law School
  • Former Red Cross Disaster Relief Director, former jobs including leading an emergency relief effort in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina
  • Former Legal Aid attorney of seven years who represented low-income seniors, the disabled and people experiencing homelessness in housing court
  • Selected to carry the Olympic Torch through Central Park, NY in 2004 based on humanitarian work and public service
  • Sustainable Community Growth (affordable homes, transit-oriented development, green energy jobs)
  • Regional Increase to the Minimum Wage
  • Enhancing public transit opportunities for residents, seniors and visitors
Ken Bukowski 341 votes 9.32%
  • Occupation: Videographer/Consultant

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