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Election Day is November 3, 2010

As I typically do, I like to highlight some of my friends who are running for various offices locally.  I am not getting involved with who you should vote for because many of my friends are running against each other, but please consider these individuals if you see them on your ballot. Feel free to visit their sites, make a donation, and/or vote for them!

The day our ancestors fought and died for is upon us. Tuesday, November 3, 2020 is Election Day! Democracy and everything that our country stands for is on the ballot.

South Bay

  1. Josh Becker – State Senate for District 13


Contra Costa County

  1. Nancy Skinner – State Senator
  2. Buffy Wicks– State Assembly – District 15
  3. Y’Anad Burrell – West Country Costa School Board – Area 4
  4. Dr. Natisa Dill – Pittsburg City Council
  5. Ahmad Anderson – Richmond City Council District 5
  6. La’Tanya Dandie “Ms. Dandie” – Richmond City Council District 6
  7. Sabina Zafar – San Ramon Mayor

Alameda County

  1. Derreck Johnson – Oakland City Council Member at Large
  2. Lynette Gibson McElhaney – Oakland City Council District 3
  3. Marcie Hodge – Oakland City Council District 7
  4. Treva Reid – Oakland City Council District 7
  5. Aaron Clay – Oakland City Council District 7
  6. Bishop Bob Jackson – Oakland City Council District 7
  7. Barbara Parker – Oakland City Attorney
  8. Eli Ferran – Oakland City Attorney
  9. Timothy Carter – Berkeley City Council – District 2
  10. Ben Bartlett – Berkeley City Council – District 3

Los Angeles

  1. Tunua Thrash-Ntuk – Long Beach City Council

Polls open from 7am-8pm Tomorrow in Atlanta for Mayor Kasim Reed

(l-r) Kevin L. Nichols, Billie Nichols, Mayor Kasim Reed, Tyra Fennell

(l-r) Kevin L. Nichols, Billie Nichols, Mayor Kasim Reed, Tyra Fennell

Calling all ATL-iens.  Your mayor and my fraternity brother, Kasim Reed, is running for reelection.  Historically, midterm elections are always challenging to get voters out.  Nevertheless, it is imperative that you exercise your right to vote.

Not only has Mayor Reed been an excellent local leader, he has gone above and beyond representing strong Democratic views on a national front by appearing on MSNBC talk shows, Meet the Press, and other network programs promoting basic core American values and supporting our President Barack Obama.

Polls open from 7am-8pm  tomorrow, so please make a point to vote for Kasim Reed.