An Express Endorsements Cheat Sheet 

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City Council At-Large: Rebecca Kaplan

Council District 1: 1. Richard Raya 2. Amy Lemley 3. Dan Kalb

Council District 3: Sean Sullivan, Alex Miller-Cole, and Lynette Gibson McElhaney

Council District 5: Mario Juarez and Shelly Garza

Council District 7: Sheryl Walton

City Attorney: Barbara Parker

School Board District 1: Jody London

School District 3: Jumoke Hinton Hodge

School District 5: Rosie Torres

School District 7: James Harris

Measure J: Yes


Mayor: Tom Bates

Council District 2: Darryl Moore

Council District 5: Laurie Capitelli

Measure R: Yes

Measure S: Yes

Measure T: Yes

Measure U: No

Measure V: No


City Council: Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, Stewart Chen, and Tony Daysog

Alameda County

Measure A1: No

Measure B1: Yes


City Council: Tom Butt, Marilyn Langlois, and Eduardo Martinez

Measure N: Yes


18th District: Abel Guillen

AC Transit

At-Large: H.E. Christian "Chris" Peeples

Ward 1: Yelda Bartlett


District 3: Rebecca Saltzman

District 7: Maria Alegria

State Propositions

Prop 30: Yes

Prop 32: No

Prop 33: No

Prop 34: Yes

Prop 35: No

Prop 36: Yes

Prop 37: Yes

Prop 38: No


15th District: Pete Stark


Barack Obama

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