Voter's Edge California Voter Guide
Get the facts before you vote.
Brought to you by
League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
November 3, 2020 — California General Election
Invest in unbiased information

With your support, we can reach and inform more voters.

Donate now to spread the word.


City of HaywardCandidate for City Council

Photo of Chris Caday Lozano

Chris Caday Lozano

10,728 votes (5.96%)
Use tab to activate the candidate button. Use "return" to select this candidate. You can access your list by navigating to 'My Choices'.
For more in-depth information on this candidate, follow the links for each tab in this section. For most screenreaders, you can hit Return or Enter to enter a tab and read the content within.
Candidate has provided information.
Thank candidate for sharing their information on Voter's Edge.

My Top 3 Priorities

  • Create more jobs and economic opportunity without discrimination to all residents of Hayward.
  • Create more affordable housing to all residents of Hayward without discrimination
  • Keep a safe neighborhood, education excellence and quality community services for all Hayward residents.



Accountant/Auditor, Los Angeles Unified School District (1987–1991)


Western State University College of Law Juris Doctor, J.D., Immigration Law (1986)
Ateneo de Manila University Certificate, Business Management (1977)
University of the East, Manila Philippines Bachelor of Business Administration, Business and Accounting (1968)


I am an attorney for 21 years practicing on Immigration, bankruptcy and Personal Injury in Hayward.  I lived in Hayward for 15 years since 2005.  My community service is helping immigrants fight deportation, unify their families and become good citizens of United States.  I also help clients keeo their home from foreclosure and reestablished their financial life.  In addition, I help those injured in their work and in the streets to recover for injuries suffered.  I was born in the Philippines with Hispanic ancestors.  I have a bachelors degree in Business Administration , Cum Laude.  Thereafter I took up Advance Management courses for two years in Manila.  In the U.S. I study law as a working student and earned my Juris Doctor Degree from the Western State University College of Law in Fulllerton California.   I worked at the Los Angeles Unified School District from 1987 to 1992.  I have a CPA license from the State of Colorado and the Philippines.  I establised business of Tax Preparation and Residential Care Facility for the Elderly since 2006.  

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California and Elect Justice CA (2)

Does your office have any plans to include currently or formerly incarcerated people in your decision-making process as it relates to criminal justice issues? What would that look like?
Answer from Chris Caday Lozano:

Yes.  Formerly incarcerated persons who are not danger to our society and these people should be given a chance to participate in our democracy,  Those currently incarcerated for minor crimes that does not involve injury to persons should be allowed to vote.

With 8,000 people eligible for release from CA prisons to help stem the transmission of COVID-19, how, if at all, would your office aid these Californians and their families in navigating reentry?
Answer from Chris Caday Lozano:

Yes, the government should give them a chance to be a contributor to our society by helping them find jobs and study in schools.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I beleive that a political position is service to community and humanity.  It transends all kind of undertaking.  As the Losd said love your neighbor as you love yourself.  All political decisions should be made to benefit the greater majority of people.   

Please share this site to help others research their voting choices.