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May 9, 2014
[ Oakland Tribune | By Matthew Artz ] A survey of 400 likely voters commissioned last month by the Jobs and Housing Coalition found Quan winning 20 percent of first-place votes. It also found strong support for a ballot initiative to sharply increase the minimum wage and growing satisfaction with Oakland's quality of life.

A Strong Record of Public Service

A 35-year Oakland resident, Jean has dedicated her life to making government work for people: organizing communities to support our youth and transform our schools, build equity and opportunity for our most vulnerable residents, and make our neighborhoods safer and stronger.

A History of Social Change

From her early days as a student activist at UC Berkeley to her first term as Mayor, Jean has forged progress within institutions, activated everyday people to participate in the democratic process, and been a champion for those with the least access and voice.

  • Partnered with neighbors to revitalize small business districts for 8 years as Councilmember.
  • Served 12 years as a School Boardmember organizing parents, improving schools and advocating for immigrant families.
  • Launched the first Justice for Janitors campaigns and empowered immigrant workers to know their rights.

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Only Mayor Quan is up for the task for the hardest job in town. She is the hardest working mayor we have ever seen, and she’s delivering.
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Oakland, California