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APA CAUCUS CELEBRATES:
23 of 30 Local Endorsed Candidates and Propositions Declared Winners
It is with great pleasure that we announce that 23 of the 30 Local Endorsed Candidates and Propositions have been declared winners in the Nov. 2, 2010 General Election.
To be eligible for endorsement, local candidates had to submit questionnaire for review, attend an endorsement meeting where a statement was given and reviewed, and receive at least 60% of votes casted from paper ballots.
We'd like to congratulate all our winners on their hard work and wish them continued success in office.
For a complete list of our endorsements, click on the Endorsements Tab.
Alameda County Superior Court, Seat 9 - Victoria Kolakowski
AC Transit, At Large - Joel Young
AC Transit, Ward 3 - Elsa Ortiz
City of Alameda
City of Alameda Mayor - Marie Gilmore
Alameda City Council: (Two Seats): Rob Bonta and Lena Tam
Alameda Unified School Board - Mike McMahon
City of Berkeley
Berkeley City Council Dist 1 - Linda Maio
Berkeley Unified School District: (Three seats):Leah Wilson and Karen Hemphill and Josh Daniels
Measure S - Support
Measure T - Support
City of Fremont (2 seats)
Fremont City Council - Anu Natarajan and Bill Harrison
City of Oakland
Oakland Mayor - Jean Quan
Oakland City Council, Dist 4 - Libby Schaaf
Oakland City Auditor - Courtney Ruby
Measure V - Support
Measure BB - Support
Ohlone Comm. College, Area 2
District Board of Trustees - Garrett Yee
City of San Leandro
San Leandro City Council, Dist 1 - Mike Gregory
San Leandro City Council, Dist 5 - Pauline Cutter
The Asian Pacific American Democratic Caucus of Alameda County
was officially chartered in March, 2005. It is the first ever chartered club focusing on Asian Pacific Americans in Alameda County. It was formed in order to ensure equal participation in and support from the Democratic Party of Alameda County.
What are the goals of the Asian Pacific American Democratic Caucus
1. Recruit and register
Asian Pacific Americans into the Democratic Party.
2. Create and influence Democratic policy
on issues of importance to Asian American communities.
3. Promote Asian Pacific Americans
for electoral office and leadership positions within the Democratic Party on a local, state and national level.
4. Endorse candidates
for key offices.
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: The Asian Pacific American Democratic Caucus
takes your privacy seriously and does not sell, rent, or share your information. We send out periodic votes by e-mail to club members to award endorsements. We also periodically send an announcement for upcoming events or election-related meetings. We welcome events of interest to the Asian community to be posted on our calendar. Postings of such events does not necessarily reflect the support or endorsement of the APA Democratic Caucus of Alameda County.
Last updated by: HM
22 November 2010.