2018 General Election

The Alameda Country Republican Party endorses these county candidates and state measures.

The California Republican Party also provides a voter guide: Your California Voter Guide

U.S. Congress

District 15 – Rudy Peters, entrepreneur and veteran

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Rudy Peters for Congress

Website: www.rudypetersforcongress.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/rudypetersforcongress

This district is Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Dublin, Fairview, Fremont (north of Newark, Central Ave and Peralta Blvd), Hayward, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Lorenzo, Sunol and (in Contra Costa County) San Ramon.

District 17 – No endorsement

CA Senate

District 10 – Victor San Vicente

CA Assembly

District 16Catharine Baker, incumbent

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Assemblywoman Catharine Baker

Website: www.bakerforassembly.com

Facebook: CatharineBakerforAssembly


District 18Stephen Slausonlicensed electrical engineer

Stephen Slausen for Assembly

Website: www.voteslauson.com

 

District 20Joseph Grcar, retired energy scientist

Joseph Grcar for Assembly

Website: joegrcar.com

 

District 25 – Bob Brunton

Bob Brunton

Bob Brunton for State Assembly 2018

Website: www.bobbruntonforassembly.com/

 

Ballot Measures

Prop 6 – VOTE YES, Repeal the Gas Tax

 

 

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John Cox for Governor

Website: johncoxforgovernor.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JohnCoxforGovernor/

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Mark Meuser for Secretary of State

Website: www.markmeuser.com 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/markpmeuser  

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Judge Steven Bailey for Attorney General 

Website: baileyforag.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JudgeBaileyForAG/

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Konstantinos Roditis for State

Website: roditisforcontroller.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/konroditis/

 

Local Offices:

  • Kathy Narum for Pleasanton City Council 
  • Joe Ledoux for Pleasanton City Council

 

Local Measures:

In general, we prefer that any new tax measure have a sunset date, and specify exactly how the revenues will be spent.

Peralta Community College District

  • Measure E - No position
  • Measure G - No position

Hayward Unified School District

  • Measure H - No position

San Leandro Unified School District

  • Measure I - Oppose (no sunset date, automatic cost of living adjustments)

San Lorenzo Unified School District

  • Measure J - No position

City of Alameda

  • Measure F - Oppose (no sunset date)
  • Measure K - No position

City of Albany

  • Measure L - No position
  • Measure M - No position
  • Measure N - Oppose (it's a good government practice that the treasurer be independent of pressure by the city council)

City of Berkeley

  • Measure O - No position
  • Measure P - Oppose (no plan for spending the money, goes to general fund, no sunset)
  • Measure Q - No position
  • Measure R - No position

City of Emeryville

  • Measure S - No position

City of Hayward

  • Measure T - No position

City of Livermore

  • Measure U - Oppose 

City of Oakland

  • Measure V - No position
  • Measure W - Oppose 
  • Measure X - Oppose
  • Measure Y - Oppose
  • Measure Z - Oppose
  • Measure AA - Oppose

City of Piedmont

  • Measure BB - No position
  • Measure CC - No position

City of Union City

  • Measure DD - No position
  • Measure EE - Oppose

East Bay Regional Park District

  • Measure FF - Support