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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

Mayor — City of Berkeley

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About this office

Approves or vetoes city council actions, recommends measures to the city council, and appoints various municipal officers.
This office uses ranked-choice voting, or “instant run-off voting.” When marking your ballot, instead of voting for just one candidate, rank up to three candidates in order of your preference.See the Voting info section for more.
You must select at least 2 candidates to compare them.

Candidates

You can vote for 3 of these 8 candidates.

Jesse Arreguin

Berkeley City Councilmember
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Expanding Affordable Housing and Raising the Minimum...
  2. Smart Solutions on Homelessness and Public Safety
  3. Strengthening our Public Schools
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Laurie Capitelli

Berkeley City Councilmember
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Housing affordable for low income and moderate income...
  2. Healthy children and families: income equality, universal...
  3. Vibrant and green downtown and commercial corridors:...
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Ben Gould

Graduate Student
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Tackling the housing shortage and affordability crisis
  2. Reinvesting in public parks & infrastructure
  3. Expanding our leadership in environmental sustainability
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Guy "Mike" Lee

community volunteer
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Good Government is a responsive government this is...
  2. Public Safety overall crime rate is 59% higher then...
  3. Fiscal responsibility The city is one billion dollars...
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Naomi D. Pete

Retired Assistant Administrator
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Berkeley's Seniors Concerns
  2. Addressing Mental and Homelessne
  3. Fair Housing
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