June 2018 Primary Election Labor Endorsements

The Alameda Labor Council supports progressive initiatives and leaders that address the urgent concerns of our community. The candidates and ballot measures below are the best choices for working people, and we urge you to vote by mail here or find your polling place here and vote at the ballot box on June 5.

Now. Change. We can elect better leaders.  And use our votes for smart ballot measures that will lift working families.” Josie Camacho Executive Secretary Treasurer

Alameda County Ballot Measures 

  • Measure A – Alameda County Childcare and Early Education. Recommend: Vote Yes
  • Regional Measure 3 – To help solve Bay Area traffic congestion problems. Recommend: Vote Yes

City Of Oakland

  • Measure D – Protect Oakland Libraries. Recommend: Vote Yes

City of Emeryville

  • Measure C – Affordable Housing Bond. Recommend: Vote Yes

United States Representatives in Congress

  • 13: Barbara Lee (D)
  • 15: Eric Swalwell (D)
  • 17: Ro Khanna (D)

California State Assembly:

15: OPEN

18: Rob Bonta(D)

20: Bill Quirk (D)

25: Kansen Chu (D)

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tony K. Thurmond

County

Assessor: Phong La

Auditor: Controller/ Clerk Recorder –Open

District Attorney: Nancy E. O’Malley           

Treasurer/Tax Collector: Henry (Hank) Levy

Member, Board Of Education, Trustee, Area 1 

Joaquin J. Rivera

Member, Board Of Education, Trustee, Area 4

Aisha Knowles

Supervisor, 2nd District

Richard Valle

Supervisor, 3rd District 

Wilma Chan

 

 

 

2 comments on “June 2018 Primary Election Labor Endorsements

  1. Emilio Hernandez on

    Thank you for this information. Great job on our new website!

    Question: Are their links or more information you can provide us in regards to measures and all the candidates we are endorsing, with geographic maps, for each candidate’s contingency?

    Many of our union members do not even know what district they belong to; that’s why I ask.

    Reply
    • alamedalaboruser on

      Thank you Emilio. We have a very small staff for Primary Races, with little capacity for your great idea! For now, please just search the web by typing in the measure, county/state and year- and the info will come up. For candidates, search using the key words: name of candidate, position they are running for, and the year. You will find their website, and many good articles.

      Thanks again, Lawrence Abbott, ALC Political Organizer

      Reply

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