Vote Yes

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

Hayward
September 22, 2020

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 their birth. This measure would eliminate those barriers, and allow anyone to serve on city boards and commissions regardless of their immigration status. It would also remove gender-restrictive language from the city charter.

Barbara Lee

U.S. Representative, District 13
For many in Oakland, we say “Barbara Lee speaks for me.” Rep. Barbara Lee has been a tireless fighter for justice, civil rights, and equal…

Elizabeth Echols, appointed board director, EBRPD

Alameda County Parks and Rec Board of Directors Ward 1 (Richmond)
Elizabeth is a longtime public servant. She has long supported the workers in the park service, combated climate change through her role with the park…

Aziz Akbari

Alameda County Water District
Aziz leads with his values to make safe, clean, affordable water available to all people in Alameda County, whether we’re white, Black, brown, o…

Ramesh Gopalan

Alameda County Water District
Ramesh is a new voice and committed advocate, running because of the steep rate increases to our water bills and the need for climate resilience.

Leah Simon-Weisberg

Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
The dynamic Right to Housing slate of candidates includes a wealth of experience and deep community values. Five seats are open in this race. Walker,…