We need to ensure that our economy starts back up after COVID-19 without compromising safety. People need to have confidence that their health is important. We cannot let up on protecting ourselves from climate change as well
Economic growth in the area has been an unprecedented boon to some, yet some parts of our community are struggling. Our community can create opportunities for young and old alike.
By 2030 one in four Santa Clara County residents will be over the age of 60. Let’s plan now to make our cities more friendly for all residents. We have a high population of housing-rich, income-poor seniors who find it more and more difficult to stay and just as difficult to leave.
As Mayor, I will push for local, state and federal opportunities for funding to stabilize and recover Caltrain and transit.
Sunnyvale adopted a living wage ordinance in 2013 and a wage theft ordinance in 2018, which helped close a gap that impacts single moms and women more than any other group.
My vision is to work toward a city where grandparents and grandkids can stay together. It breaks my heart when my friends, young and old are forced to leave our city.