Results as of Jul 12 3:12pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (232/232)
(312 Total Other Write-In Votes 0.69%)
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Nathan A. "Nate" Miley
- Occupation: Alameda County Supervisor, District 4 (2001 - Present)
- B.A. in Political Science from Franklin and Marshall College (1973)
- J.D. from University of Maryland, School of Law (1976)
- Community Organizer with Oakland Community Organizations (1976-78 & 83-85)
- Executive Director of United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County (1986-2010) and President (2010 - Present)
- Oakland City Councilmember, District 6 (1991-2001)
- Board Member of Alameda County Meals on Wheels (2011 - Present)
- Implementing Medication Disposal Ordinance
- Reauthorizing Measure B for transportation funding
- Maintaining a fiscally sound County budget and addressing Criminal Justice and Health and Human Services Realignment
- Occupation: Deputy Probation Officer
- BS-Criminal Justice
- MA-Counseling Psychology
- Public Safety
- Ethics and Integrity in County Administration
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News and Analysis
- Date: April 30, 2012
Place: Castro Valley Library
Sponsor: Eden Area League of Women Voters
- Public is welcome to come and submit questions to the candidates. There is no charge to attend.
Video of League of Women Voters Eden Area Candidate Forum
April 30th, 2012 - Castro Valley Library
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