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Alameda County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
 Smart Voter Richard Fuentes

Candidate for
Trustee; Peralta Community College District; Area 7

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Public Educator/Administrator
  • President, Hoover School Site Council (Most Improved in Oakland's District 3)
  • District 3 Representative, OUSD Parent Action Committee
  • Oakland Community Development Block Grant Committee, Boardmember
  • Former Executive Director, Parents and Citizens for Quality Education
  • Former Vice President, Attitudinal Healing Connection
  • Elected Delegate to the California Democratic Party, Assembly District 18 (Ret.)
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Developing Strong Pathways to College - Pathways to Careers
  • Connecting the District to the Community
  • Safe campuses
Key Endorsements
  • Peralta Federation of Teachers, Assemblymember Rob Bonta
  • Peralta Colleges Trustees: Meredith Brown (Vice President) and Linda Handy
  • Alameda County Superintendent Sheila Jordan, Emeryville Vice Mayor Atkin
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