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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of AntiochCandidate for Mayor

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Gil Murillo

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3,186 votes (9.53%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Bring forth living wage job opportunities to our community
  • Ensure safe neighborhoods, education excellence, and quality community services
  • Place a hold on new rezoning and development efforts until City services are fully in place


Community Activities

Member, Knight of Columbus - Holy Rosary Chapter (2012–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Fernando Sandoval - Candidate for Contra Costa Community College Board Ward 5
  • Joseph Rubay - Candidate for State Senate District 12
  • Jeff Bell Contra Costa County Board of Education Trustee Area 4

Videos (1)

Gil Murillo, City of Antioch mayoral candidate, speaks at Education Symposium 2016 — October 2, 2016 East Bay Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Gil Murillo, City of Antioch mayoral candidate, speaks at Education Symposium 2016 about the concerning 34% truancy factor in Antioch elementary schools, and the 80% dropout rate among high school students who don't make it to college. Whereas only 3 out of 10 kids make it through college, Mr. Murillo mainly worries about the 7 who don't. As mayor of Antioch, Mr. Murillo would like to work with the City Council and the School District to give under-served students exposure and access to resources and opportunities.


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