Sheng Thao Oakland City Council District 4 Candidate, Gets Endorsements From SF Bay Area Mayors

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(Last Updated On: December 29, 2018)

, CA – As we head into mid-September, City Council District 4 candidate, , gains regional Mayoral support from Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin, Fremont Mayor Lily Mei, Milpitas Mayor Rich Tran, and former San Pablo Mayor, Kathy Chao Rothberg.

Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin says, “I am proud to endorse for City Council. Her years of service in City Hall and her commitment to progressive action will help move forward. She knows that regional collaboration is essential in addressing ’s critical challenges. I look forward to working in partnership with her.”

Fremont Mayor Lily Mei says, “I have worked with throughout the years on various issues. Her strong work ethic and experience is an asset to and District 4. She is an effective leader, results driven, and I am honored to endorse her for City Council District 4.”

’s statement:
is not the only city that is faced with high numbers of homelessness and housing insecurity. It’s important that local leaders throughout the Bay Area region work together towards a bold regional solution. My time as Chief of Staff on the City Council has prepared me to be an effective leader, leading with experience, hard work, and heart, to get results. As Councilmember for District 4, I will continue to work with my colleagues on the Council, the City Administration, Mayor’s office and our regional neighboring Cities and Counties to tackle these issues head-on.”

also has the endorsements of Assemblymember Rob Bonta, Firefighters, Alameda Labor Council, California Nurses Association, National Union of Healthcare Workers, Councilmember Kaplan, Councilmember Gallo, Berkeley Councilmember Kris Worthington, San Leandro Councilmember Benny Lee, School Board President Aimee Eng, Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggarty, Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club, John George Democratic Club, Rising, Block By Block Organizing Network and others.

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