Leadership on Mountain View's Most Critical Issues
I am truly honored to ask for your vote this November to serve as your next elected representative on our Mountain View City Council.
I am running because I believe that the voices and needs of many Mountain View residents have been largely left behind throughout our longtime housing crisis and especially now during our COVID-19 emergency. This has left many in our community feeling hopeless and powerless for their ability to ever recover and establish a better life for themselves or their families.
As your Mountain View City Councilmember I will dedicate myself to seeking out the deepest needs of our community and solving our mutual challenges.
Fmr. Speaker Pro Tem CA State Assembly & Mountain View Mayor
President, Mountain View Whisman School District Board of Trustees
Emily Ann Ramos
Chair, Mountain View Rental Housing Committee
*titles for identification purposes only
The unprecedented pandemic is critically compounding our community's pre-existing social, health, and economic challenges. We must plan now to help our residents return safely to work and remain securely housed after the emergency ends. (Read Alex's Plan)
Housing Supply & Affordability
The affordability and availability of housing in Mountain View continues to be a significant challenge for working families and our community's long-term economic sustainability. (Read Alex's Plan)
Climate Change represents an immediate and consequential threat to the continued existence of human civilization as we know it. Mountain View must establish the blueprint for climate change response and adaptation strategies to successfully push back this threat. (Read Alex's Plan)
Civil Liberties & Privacy
The rapid rate of evolution in our modern technologies makes it extremely important for Mountain View residents to decide for themselves which technologies should be used by our government agencies, the reasons for when these technologies should be used, and how any data captured will be used and protected. (Read Alex's Plan)
The number one priority of every public official is the safety and wellbeing of every resident and visitor to our city regardless of race, socioeconomic standing, and/or gender identity. Mountain View's police and fire departments provide exceptional service to our city, so it is important for our community to prioritize how these resources are used on our behalf. (Read Alex's Plan)
Transportation & Infrastructure
Our city's infrastructure is already impacted by the high demands and growth of our local economy. While the COVID-19 crisis has currently reduced transportation demand as many working commuters shift to remote work, it is critical for us to make concrete infrastructure plans for the resumption of future growth. (Read Alex's Plan)