It is my incredible honor to continue my service as Oakland’s Vice-Mayor as we work together through this pandemic and for greater health and equity for our communities.
I have been doing important work on COVID-19 vaccination access, I have been restoring funding for vital public services including the fire department and community violence prevention and civilian responders (MACRO), and we have worked to reduce pollution from our hardest-hit communities, including obtaining funding for zero emission trucks.
During my campaign for re-election last year, special interests spent record-breaking amounts of money against me in order to keep me from doing the work for the people that I promised to do and have continued to do.
An amazing group of my friends and supporters are co-hosting an event on June 16 where I will have the opportunity to share about what is going on in Oakland.
Please consider making a contribution and joining us on Wednesday June 16 at 5:30 PM.
Rebecca is a compassionate, experienced, and hard-working individual. During this moment of crisis, she is exactly who we need on the Council.
Thank you so much to our supporters, volunteers, and the voters of Oakland — we are honored to have won re-election! NEWS.
And—Join us together with Congresswoman Barbara Lee and other Host Committee members for our post-election celebration and Hannukah party! Sign up HERE.
Thursday, December 3rd, for a virtual gathering, 5:30-6:30pm.
Rebecca is endorsed by a wide range of community leaders and organizations including:
Assemblymember, Lorena Gonzalez
Pastor, J. Alfred Smith Sr.
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