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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of OakleyCandidate for City Council

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Paul S. Seger

Retired Teacher
3,294 votes (12.16%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Ensure that Oakley becomes The Model of Civic Participation
  • Re-Introduce Citizen run Committees: Increase residents opportunities for meaningful participation regarding: development, transportation projects, parks, the city’s budget and more.
  • Continue maintainance and enhancement of Oakley’s “small town” character



Humboldt State University Single Subject Teaching Credential, History/Social Science (1999)
California State University Long Beach Bachelor of Arts, Economics (1989)


Paul and his wife Nancy moved to Oakley in 2006, when captivated by its small town charm and its sense of community. They love the outdoors, their dogs, horses and ducks.

He earned his Economics degree from California State University, Long Beach and his History/Social Science Teaching Credentials from Humboldt State. In addition to teaching in the classroom, Paul coached high school football, track and soccer, until retiring from teaching to become more active as a community organizer.

Currently Director of “The Garden” in Brentwood, a community garden which serves the disabled, senior citizens and low income families; run by at-risk youth.

Paul is running to offer voters an honest choice; standing for responsible local government.

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City Council members are public servants. We must act openly, transparently and responsibly towards Community members.

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