Endorsements for San Leandro City Council in 2020, partial list:

Elected Officials (for identification purposes only):

City of San Leandro, Council:

  • Pauline Cutter, Mayor
  • Pete Ballew, Vice Mayor
  • Deborah Cox, Councilmember
  • Corina Lopez, Councilmember

San Leandro USD, Board of Education:

  • Peter Oshinski, President
  • James Aguilar, Trustee
  • Christian Rodriguez, Trustee
  • Leo Sheridan, Trustee

Alameda County:

  • Aisha Knowles, President, Board of Education
  • Scott Hagerty, Supervisor, Board of Supervisors

City of Hayward

  • Mark Salinas, Councilmember

City of Berkeley

  • Ben Bartlett, Councilmember

City of El Cerrito

  • Gabriel Quinto, Councilmember

Appointed Officials (for identification purposes only):

City of San Leandro:

  • Cindy Barreto, Parks and Recreation Commision, Chair
  • Brian Copeland, Arts Commission, Member
  • Pedro Naranjo, Human Services Commission, Chair
  • Jeff Falero, Planning/BZA Commission, Vice Chair
  • Tony Breslin, Planning/BZA Commission, Commissioner 
  • Zachary Borja, Human Services Commission, Member
  • Michael Santos, Planning/BZA Commission, Member
  • Helena Straughter, Library/Historical Commission, Member



Community Leaders, San Leandro:

  • Xouhoa Bowen
    • Community Impact Lab, Founder
  • Patty Breslin, Cary Drive resident
  • Dr. Earl N. Crawford
    • Praises Of Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor
  • Mary Corbett, Scenicview Drive
    • Davis Street Resource Supporter
  • Louis Heystek
    • Board Trustee (Ret.), San Leandro Unified School District
  • Miriam Lara, Clark Street
    • Miriam's Floral Boutique, Owner
  • Amy Neuman, 136th Avenue
    • San Leandro service club, President
  • Lee Thomas, Carmel Way
    • Councilmember (Fmr.), City of San Leandro
  • Jean Marjorie Troconis, Thornally Drive

Ed has worked feverishly to improve our roads, fix potholes, maintain services and ensure financial stability since elected in 2016.

Overall, as we work through this crisis to ensure our residents are able to have the necessary resources to survive it, Ed has worked to help provide over $1 million dollars to the community for food, housing and crisis support in San Leandro. Some of his accomplishments include supporting a Sanctuary City, ensuring the City's long-term financial stability, bringing affordable housing, and high paying jobs to San Leandro.

There is a lot to do, and we all agree, Ed is still the right choice for San Leandro!

Please endorse Ed in 2020!

Will you sign?