Vote Yes

Measure E – Raise City Council/Public Servant Compensation

City of Alameda

Serving the public in important roles like City Council is time consuming, and Alameda hasn’t adjusted pay since the 1970’s. If we want more working class people to serve, we need to update the compensation for their work. City Council members are currently only paid $50 per meeting, which needs to be updated.

Won with 53.97%

Sheng Thao

Oakland Mayor
Oaklanders elected Sheng Thao to represent City Council District 4 in November 2018, and Thao has served Oakland for four years now. As a current city…

Nikki Fortunato Bas

Oakland City Council District 2
Oakland City Council sets goals and priorities for the City. The council approves the City budget, adopts ordinances to help the City serve its commun…

Pamela Price

Alameda County District Attorney
District Attorneys hold one of the most critical and powerful roles in our legal system as they hold the power on who to sentence and how harsh that s…

Rebecca Kaplan

Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 3
With two decades of experience in elected office, Rebecca Kaplan is the best choice to lead our county on issues of housing and homelessness, mental h…