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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City Council — City of Pittsburg

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Juan Antonio Banales

Engineer / Planning Commissioner
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Bring more manufacturing jobs to well established...
  2. Keep public safety a top priority for the city. Collaborate...
  3. Develop a traffic reduction strategy to alleviate...
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Jelani Killings

Government Ethics Analyst
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  1. Invest in Our Youth: Expand programs and services;...
  2. Empower Our Residents: Promote civic engagement; ensure...
  3. Ignite Our Local Economy: Develop and diversify local...
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