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City of San JoseCandidate for City Council, Council District 9

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Shay Franco-Clausen

Director/County Commissioner
3,674 votes (18.18%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • We need to address the quality of life of our community like affordable housing, local job development, homelessness crisis and transportation.
  • I believe that our children and families deserve access to clean, safe parks and pathways, that improves the quality of life for all city residents.
  • I support improving Public Safety to calm stress placed on our budget caused by the Recession of 2008 and previous San José City Council policymakers who cut earned retirement benefits for our city's service people Police & Fire.

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (5)

  • Santa Clara County Democratic Party
  • Bay Area Municipal Elections Committee (BAYMEC)
  • San Jose Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 230
  • Equality California
  • Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter

Elected Officials (4)

  • Dave Cortese, Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, District 3
  • Congressman Ro Khanna, 17th Congressional District
  • Rosemary Kamei, President, Santa Clara County Board of Education
  • Ken Yeager, Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, District 4

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