Making Sure Our City’s COVID-19 Recovery Leaves Nobody Behind

  1. Protect working families, renters, artists so we can make Berkeley whole again after the ravages of this pandemic. [More details.]
  2. Support small businesses as they recover….
  3. Keep our city services reliable and responsive, even on a budget that is going to be tighter than any of us thought possible just a short time ago. We have a budget deficit of $38 million this year. Since the future course of the pandemic is uncertain, our city needs experienced, thoughtful, level-headed leadership as we navigate the path to our recovery and repair from the psychological, social, and economic devastation that we have experienced.
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Support This Newly Invigorated Movement for Social and Racial Justice

  1. Expand on the Community Engagement Process for Racial Justice and Equity in Policing, to ensure fair and impartial policing in Berkeley and rebuild trust in our local government.
  2. Criminal justice reform. Prison reform? Anti-recidivism programs?
  3. Preserve the diversity and vibrancy that makes this city great and expand opportunity for all. [Need more details]
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Continue to Build More Affordable Housing So Anyone Who Wants to LIve and Stay in Berkeley Can Afford To

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Work Tirelessly to Get Us Closer to the Day When We End Homlessness in Berkeley

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Strengthen Our Commitment to a Sustainable Future

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Improving Our Schools to Provide a Great Education for Every Student

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Fight to Keep Alta Bates Open

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