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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
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City of OaklandCandidate for City Council, District 4

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Nayeli Maxson

Executive Director/Attorney
0 votes (21.4%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • House our Community
  • Support Good Jobs and Strong Businesses
  • Responsive, Proactive Local Government - Problem Solving for Our Community

Experience

Education

UC Hastings College of the Law Juris Doctor, Double Concentration in Government Law & Social Justice Law (current)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (1)

  • California Nurses Association

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of Oakland (2)

Q1

Which of the local Oakland ballot measures do you think is the most critical and why?

1) Eviction controls, 2) Tax on vacant property, 3)  Increased/graduated real estate transfer tax, 4) Cannabis tax, 5) Hotel wages & work requirements, 6) Children’s Initiative.

No answer provided.
What can you do as a City Council member to address the issue of homelessness in Oakland?
Answer from Nayeli Maxson:

Act immediately to keep local residents in Oakland and slow home loss through passage of a housing preservation package

When approving projects to create new housing, negotiate robust community benefits on behalf of local residents and workers.

Engage local community members, entrepreneurs, local organizations with diverse perspectives, organized labor, local employers, residential real estate developers, land trust specialists, and impact investors to  scale creative, collaborative solutions addressing our housing shortage, senior housing, and homelessness.

Who gave money to this candidate?

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