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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of San LeandroCandidate for City Council, District 2

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Bryan Azevedo

Construction Projects Foreman
12,282 votes (45.6%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Public Safety
  • Affordability
  • Well-paying jobs



I’m running to represent working families and to keep San Leandro an affordable place to live, work, start a business, and raise a family. I serve on the Recreation and Parks Commission, where I’ve worked to maintain our beautiful parks and to run quality recreational programs. I also work as a Sheet Metal Foreman leading a crew that installs commercial heating and air conditioning systems.


I’m a 4th generation San Leandro resident and I bought my house from my grandparents. I’ve seen San Leandro grow and I’ve built relationships throughout our community. As your City Councilmember, I promise to be accessible and proactive in addressing your concerns.


I’m married and I’m the proud father of five children all of whom attended or will attend public schools. I believe the City Council should do everything in its power to support our school district, and to make sure students are safe.


My top priority will be public safety. I’m committed to providing our firefighters and police officers with the resources they need to reduce emergency response times and keep our neighborhoods safe. I’ll work to expand Lit San Leandro broadband access to our neighborhoods and schools and to continue San Leandro’s development as a center of innovation. I’ll also leverage state and county resources to revitalize the Bayfair neighborhood and build more affordable housing.


I’m honored to have received the endorsement of Assemblyman Rob Bonta, Councilmembers Jim Prola, Corina Lopez, Ursula Reed, and Benny Lee, Trustees Diana Prola and Evelyn Gonzalez, the Alameda County Democratic Party, Alameda County Firefighters Local 55, the San Leandro Police Officer’s Association, the Alameda Labor Council, The Alameda County Building and Construction Trades Council, Sheet Metal Workers Local 104, and many elected officials, local business owners, and community members.


I humbly ask for your vote.


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