On Saturday, March 23, 2019, Supervisor Nate Miley held his Campaign Kick-Off Event at Everett & Jones BBQ in Oakland, California. Supervisor Miley has represented District 4, in Alameda County since 2000. Prior to that, he served on the Oakland City Council, representing District 6.
Supervisor Miley received the early and resounding endorsement from Oakland’s Mayor Libby Schaaf. Schaaf remarked at the Kick-Off Event that “Supervisor Miley is out in the community listening to his constituents, not just passing legislation, not just approving a budget, but actually piloting innovative solutions to some of our most pressing problems.” Schaaf also discussed the new collaboration with her office and Supervisor Miley’s office on a highly anticipated project to eliminate illegal dumping.
Supervisor Miley was endorsed by Alameda County Board of Supervisor Scott Haggerty, District 1, former Oakland City Councilmember, Ignacio de la Fuente and Alameda County Office of Education, District 4 Board of Trustee, Aisha Knowles.
Supervisor Miley thanked the guests, his host committee along with Dorothy King, proprietor of Everett & Jones, BBQ, in Oakland for hosting his reception.
Supervisor Miley, remarked that he was proud and honored to have received Schaaf’s early resounding and enthusiastic endorsement for his re-election. “It is very important to me to have a great working relationship with the Mayor of Oakland,” Miley said. “My constituents in Oakland expect me to work with Oakland’s city government to help make their lives better.”
The theme of the evening in decorative fashion was “Four More Years.” When asked why he is running for re-election, Miley responded “because we have more work to do.” Miley’s work ethic was lauded by Mayor Schaaf, Supervisor Haggerty and by most of those in attendance at the kick-off.