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

Results as of Dec 28 11:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (21/21)
(40 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.31%)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Mike Hannon Click here for more information about this candidate 3161 votes 24.19%

  • Occupation: Planning Commissioner
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science
  • Public Safety
  • Economic Development
  • Libraries and Parks
Mike Bucci Click here for more information about this candidate 2639 votes 20.19%
  • Occupation: Construction Project Manager
  • 2014 Viola Blythe Newark Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient
  • 2013-2014 Chair of Newark Relay for Life
  • Alameda County Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee Member
  • 2013 Chair of the Tri City Democratic Forum
  • Newark Memorial Alum
  • Increasing City Revenue
  • Renewing Cooperation between City Hall & Our Schools
  • Fighting for Affordable & Inclusionary Housing
Francisco Preciado, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 2095 votes 16.03%
  • Occupation: Law Clerk
  • Law degree, UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt)
  • Master's degree, San Jose State University
  • Dual Bachelor's degrees, Stanford University
  • Co-founder of Newark nonprofit Avanzando
  • College and career preparation speaker at Newark schools
  • Public Safety-We deserve safe neighborhoods and my top priority is to ensure the safety of Newark residents.
  • Economic Development-We need to attract new businesses and support small business growth.
  • Neighborhood Revitalization-I will advocate for a Community Advisory Council that represents community interests in city revitalization projects.
Elisabeth Reid-Gonzalez, MPA, CPHQ Click here for more information about this candidate 1903 votes 14.56%
  • Occupation: Healthcare Quality Management
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
  • Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ)
  • Bachelor of Science: Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Ambulance Corps Volunteer: Emergency Medical Technician (8 years)
  • University of Rochester; Simon School of Business
  • Oberlin College Writing Award
  • Ensure appropriate stewardship and allocation of tax dollars for services that fairly serve all citizens without unnecessary increases
  • Ensure a safe, clean and healthy environment is at the heart of our growing city
  • Mitigation of over-development pressures
Mark Gonzales 1628 votes 12.46%
  • Occupation: Engineer
Jack Dane Click here for more information about this candidate 922 votes 7.06%
  • Occupation: Senior Tax Advisor
  • Vice-Chair of Bond Oversight Committee N.U.S.D
  • A.A. Electronics from Chabot College
  • Alameda County Leadership Academy
  • Public Safety
  • Growing Economy
  • Fiscal Discipline
David Rogowski 680 votes 5.20%
  • Occupation: Code Enforcement Officer

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The League of Women Voters of Fremont, Newark, and Union City has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 2 questions on Development in Area 4 and Fireworks.


Candidate Forums

  • Sept. 30, 7:40 to 8:20 pm, Newark City Council Chambers, 37171 Newark Blvd.
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