A Recap of East Bay Express Endorsements 

Here are all of our recommendations for the November 2 election.


US Senate: Barbara Boxer

Governor: Jerry Brown

Attorney General: Steve Cooley

Lieutenant Governor: Abel Maldonado

Treasurer: Bill Lockyer

Controller: John Chiang

Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones

Secretary of State: Debra Bowen

State Superintendent of Schools: Larry Aceves


Alameda City Council (2): Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, Rob Bonta

Alameda County Board of Supervisors: Nadia Lockyer

Albany City Council (2): Caryl O'Keefe and Francesco Papalia

BART District 4: Robert Raburn

Berkeley City Council District 1: Linda Maio

Berkeley City Council District 4: (1) Jim Novosel, (2) Bernt Wahl

Berkeley City Council District 7: (1) George Beier, (2) Ces Rosales

Berkeley City Council District 8: Gordon Wozniak

Berkeley School Board (3): Karen Hemphill, Josh Daniels, Leah Wilson

Contra Costa County District Attorney: Mark Peterson

EBMUD Ward 7: Matt Turner

Oakland Mayor: Rebecca Kaplan, Jean Quan, and Joe Tuman

Oakland City Council District 2: Pat Kernighan

Oakland City Council District 4: (1) Libby Schaaf, (2) Daniel Swafford, (3) Jill Broadhurst

Oakland City Council District 6: Desley Brooks

Oakland City Auditor: Michael Kilian

Oakland School Board District 4: Gary Yee

Richmond Mayor: Gayle McLaughlin

Richmond City Council (3): Jim Rogers, Jovanka Beckels, Eduardo Martinez

San Leandro Mayor: Tony Santos

Superior Court Judge: Victoria Kolakowski

Statewide Measures

Proposition 19: Yes

Proposition 20: No

Proposition 21: Yes

Proposition 22: Yes

Proposition 23: No

Proposition 24: Yes

Proposition 25: Yes

Proposition 26: No

Proposition 27: No

Alameda County

Measure F (countywide): Yes

Measure H (Berkeley Unified): Yes

Measure I (Berkeley Unified): Yes

Measure J (Emery Unified): No

Measure L (Oakland Unified): No

Measure M (San Leandro Unified): Yes

Measure N (Albany): Yes

Measure Q (Albany): Yes

Measure R (Berkeley): Yes

Measure S (Berkeley): Yes

Measure T (Berkeley): Yes

Measure V (Oakland): Yes

Measure W (Oakland): Yes

Measure X (Oakland): No

Measure BB (Oakland): Yes

Measure Z (San Leandro): No

Contra Costa County

Measure M (West Contra Costa): No

Measure O (countywide): Yes

Measure R (El Cerrito): No

Measure U (Richmond): Yes

Measure V (Richmond): Yes

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