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Opinion - November 4, 2022

Endorsements recap

Here again are our editorial board's recommendations for the Nov. 8 election. Read each full article online at PleasantonWeekly.com, LivermoreVine.com or DanvilleSanRamon.com.

Pleasanton City Council District 1: Dean Wallace

Pleasanton City Council District 3: Jamie Yee

Pleasanton Mayor: Karla Brown

Pleasanton School Board Area 2: Laurie Walker

Livermore Mayor: John Marchand

Livermore City Council District 1: Evan Branning

Livermore City Council District 2: Mel Chiong

Livermore School Board: Steven Drouin, Emily Prusso, Craig Bueno

Livermore Park District: Ruby Moppin, Corey Hahn, Philip Pierpont

Dublin City Council: Jean Josey, Kashef Qaadri

Dublin School Board Area 3: William Kuo

Dublin School Board Area 5: Sameer Hakim

DSRSD Board Division 2: Ann Marie Johnson

DSRSD Board Division 5: Arun Goel

Sunol School Board (Full Term): Ryan Jergensen, Peter "Ted" Romo

Sunol School Board (Short Term): Chris Bobertz

Alameda County District Attorney: Terry Wiley

San Ramon Mayor: Sabina Zafar

San Ramon City Council District 2: Mark Armstrong

San Ramon City Council District 4: Heidi Kenniston-Lee

SRVUSD Board Area 1: Jesse vanZee

Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder: Kristin Connelly

State Assembly District 16: Rebecca Bauer-Kahan

State Assembly District 20: Shawn Kumagai

Congressional District 10: Mark DeSaulnier

Congressional District 14: Eric Swalwell

Alameda County Measure D (agricultural land use): Yes

LVJUSD Measure G ($450 million bond): Yes

PUSD Measure I ($395 million bond): Yes

SGUSD Measure J ($10.9 million bond): Yes

Livermore Measure P (sewer extension): Yes


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