PREVIEW: Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 1

Meet the Candidates ALCO District 1 March primary candidates: Bob Wieckowski, Vinnie Bacon, David Haubert, and Melissa Hernandez. Bob Wieckowski represents the 10th State Senate District, which includes Fremont, but not the Tri-Valley half of District 1 on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. Prior to the state Senate, Wieckowski served in the Assembly and … Continue reading PREVIEW: Alameda County Board of Supervisors District 1

Update: Haubert raised money more than Hernandez, Wieckowski

ALSO: Campaign finance totals from Alameda County Board of supervisor and education.

49ers owner contributes to Wieckowski’s campaign

The San Francisco 49ers are heading to the Super Bowl. State Sen. Bob Wieckowski just hopes to make it to the November general election in Alameda County's District 1 Board of Supervisors race. Jed York, the 49ers owner, wants to help the state senator whose current district includes Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, the home … Continue reading 49ers owner contributes to Wieckowski’s campaign

On second thought, Haggerty splits support for his successor

At the end of Sunday's two-and-a-half-hour candidate forum in Pleasanton, state Sen. Bob Wieckowski praised retiring Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty for his two-decades-plus service in District 1, but neglected to mention the outgoing supervisor's endorsement of his campaign to replace him. Moments later, Dublin Vice Mayor Melissa Hernandez touted Haggerty's endorsement as her own, … Continue reading On second thought, Haggerty splits support for his successor

Chan endorses successor to Haggerty’s open supervisor seat

Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan has served the past seven years as the lone female voice on the rough and tumble Board of Supervisors. On Thursday, Chan issued her support for the candidate who is currently the lone woman in the race for the wide-open Alameda County supervisorial race in District 1. Chan announced her … Continue reading Chan endorses successor to Haggerty’s open supervisor seat