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Public Land for Public Good — and Prioritizing Housing

"A broad community coalition has been working on a public lands policy, which I have also been involved with, to include issues such as prioritization for affordable housing, as well as jobs policies and other community benefits," Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan wrote in...

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Bay Area Reporter Endorses Rebecca Kaplan

Editorial: Kaplan for Oakland City Council The Bay Area Reporter has supported Oakland City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan since she first won the at-large seat in 2008 and we continue to support her in this election. She has been a successful legislator on the council...

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East Bay Express endorses Rebecca!

East Bay Express Endorsement: City Council At-Large — Rebecca Kaplan "Several times over the past two years, it appeared that critical measures — to protect renters, workers, and the environment, or to strengthen police accountability — were being blocked by certain...

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Kaplan’s Voter Guide

This year's ballot is the longest I've seen in a very long time. There are a lot of local measures that are very important for our community. I've been leader on many of these including police accountability, renter protections, and healthy children. Below are my...

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Oakland Magazine Endorses Kaplan

The Oakland Magazine has endorsed Rebecca Kaplan for At-Large City Council. They call her a "smart, capable elected official". Here are a couple excerpts from the endorsement: "We wholeheartedly endorse the reelection of Oakland Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan to her...

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Oakland City Councilwoman At-Large Rebecca Kaplan Files with a Diverse Group of Prominent Endorsements

Oakland City Councilwoman At-Large Rebecca Kaplan filed her paperwork Friday and announced a diverse group of endorsements today as part of her re-election campaign to the Oakland City Council at-large seat. Early in the campaign, Kaplan already has the endorsements of State Senator Loni Hancock, former Assemblyman Sandré Swanson, the Sierra Club, SEIU Local 1021, the California Nurses Association, and the Building and Construction Trade Council of Alameda County.

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