Hayward

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Measure OO – Allow Everyone to Serve on City Boards & Commissions Regardless of Immigration Status

Won with 67% Yes 33% No
Currently, our city rules keep some of the most qualified people who can help lead our community stuck on the sidelines simply because of the place of…

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Measure NN – Require Hotel Guests to Contribute More for Public Services

Won with 72.2% Yes 27.8% No
The recession is threatening public services, and asking those who are wealthy enough to travel to pitch in a little more for all of us is a responsib…

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Tami Rossell

Lost with 8.7% Yes 91.3% Other Candidates
Tami Rossell joins Sara Prada as a vocal advocate for removing policing from Hayward schools, and bringing forward racial justice in schools.

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Sara Prada

Won with 16.3% Yes 83.7% Other Candidates
Sara Prada is a talented organizer, educator, and mother who plans to bring more responsiveness and expanded accommodation programs to Hayward public…

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Lacei Amodei

Lost with 7.3% Yes 92.7% Other Candidates
Lacei Amodei has spent her career fighting for housing justice, and is running to bring that needed experience to Hayward City Council.

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Néstor Castillo

Lost with 7.3% Yes 92.7% Other Candidates
A human rights advocate and union organizer, Néstor Castillo is a true champion of immigrant rights, shifting public money from policing to community…

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Elisha Crader

Lost with 9.3% Yes 90.7% Other Candidates
Hayward is an important place in the fight for a just, affordable, and inclusive community. Elisha Crader, a powerful housing organizer, is joining wi…

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