Leadership on Mountain View's Most Critical Issues

My name is Alex Nunez and I am running to serve as your next representative on our Mountain View City Council.

I am running because I believe that now more than ever, we need city leaders who stand up for the well-being of our residents ahead of any other interests.

I have dedicated many years in our community as leader against our long-standing housing crisis building the relationships, experience, and skills we need to ensure that the needs of all Mountain View residents are represented by our City Council.

As your Mountain View City Councilmember I will dedicate myself to uncovering and addressing the deepest needs of our residents, and ensuring that our COVID-19 recovery leads to a Stronger Mountain View for All.

I am truly honored to ask for your vote by this November 3rd.

Santa Clara County Democratic Party

Mountain View Voice

Santa Clara League of Conservation Voters

Josh Becker

Candidate, CA State Senate (District 13)

Sally Lieber

Fmr. Mountain View Mayor & CA State Assembly Speaker Pro Tem

Ken Rosenberg

Fmr. Mountain View Mayor & City Councilmember

COVID-19 Recovery

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, teachers, and other essential workers we depend on for long-term economic sustainability. (Read Alex's Plan)


Climate Change & Energy Resilience

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)


Public Safety & Police Reform

The number one priority of every public official is the safety and well-being of every resident and visitor to our city regardless of race, socioeconomic standing, and/or gender identity. Mountain View's police department is well commended and has not been faulted for abusing their use of force. For this reason, Mountain View is primed to adopt innovative police accountability and service reforms which can lay the foundation for reimagined community policing in America. (Read Alex's Plan)


Castro St. Downtown & Small Business Development

In addition to serving our community as a restful gathering place, small business commercial corridor, and transit center, Mountain View's downtown Castro Street reflects Mountain View's identity to the world. We must ensure that unique businesses have the support they need to thrive in our downtown, that we keep the successful pedestrian mall currently in place, and integrate world-class design into our future transit center development. (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)