Watch the first installment of our weekly video address as we tour the “two cities” of Oakland over the next two months.
As we stand together for the civil rights deserved by all people, we continue to send the message that Oakland is a place for tolerance, unity, and respect. For those who have known me for many years and those who have or will come to know me through this election, you know that these are values I hold deeply personal and will lead with should I be elected your next mayor of Oakland.
For too long, Oakland – our nation’s shining example of diversity – has been too easily divided by City Hall leaders. City Hall has failed to unite us from the Hills to the Flats, from East to West Oakland. This past week we launched “The House Divided” video, which has received wide acclaim for its “visually stunning” ability to highlight the division and ineffectiveness in City Hall, yet the resilient beauty of Oakland.
A new campaign commercial from mayoral candidate Bryan Parker airing on Oakland cable may be the best of this election cycle.
Attention Mayor Quan and Members of the City Council, Today I write as a voice of reason for our city residents and our […]
Recently, I had an opportunity to listen to some candidates for Oakland mayor. Bryan Parker was one of them, and I was impressed.
Finally, not a politician. Well educated, has a law and business management background, and he is a member of the Oakland Port Commission, a vital income producer for Oakland.
I would like to wish all our students, parents and teachers a great 2014-2015 school year. Today, I release my new commercial, “The House Divided”, around creating one, fair and thriving Oakland that works for us all!
The International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local 55, the union that represents Oakland firefighters, have announced their endorsement of Bryan Parker to be the next mayor of Oakland.
In the interview, Bryan states, “If we could use this building as a case study and say we could take something from looking like this, clean it up, keep it clean, that would add into the overall safety of the neighborhood.”
But more important than money raised is the fact that our message is resonating. Everywhere we turn – in the flats or the hills, North Oakland, the Lower Bottoms, or East Oakland, Oaklanders tell us they are hungry for change.
The New York Times reports on the race to become Oakland’s next mayor, highlighting only a few select candidates, including Bryan Parker. In one analyst’s words, “this could be a defining election” for Oakland.
Presumed 2016 Democratic Presidential front-runner, Hillary Clinton, visited Oakland today. She spoke at noon at Children’s Hospital in Oakland. As part of a literacy campaign sponsored by the Clinton Foundation, former Secretary Clinton spoke to the importance of parents talking, singing and reading to their young children. The broader message Secretary Clinton’s visit signals to the nation is that Oakland is important to the national conversation.
We must deem Oakland “too important to fail” and take immediate action to restore order in our city.
It is time for change at City Hall. We need new leadership. Leadership that will stand up and lead with the best interest of the people of the City of Oakland in mind.
Oakland Port Commissioner and mayoral candidate Bryan Parker knows a fair amount about Howard Terminal. He wants to keep the A’s in town.
Oakland mayoral candidate Bryan Parker is urging the City Council to approve the contentious 10-year A’s lease deal and not play a “high-stakes game of chicken with an owner who has already suggested he does not want to be in Oakland.”
Leadership Needed: Keeping the A’s in Oakland & Curbing Illegal Fireworks Celebrations to Promote Safer Streets
We need competent leadership from City Hall and we need it now.
Oakland must raise its minimum wage. The Oakland Sustainable and Fair Compensation Act provides all Oaklanders with a balanced solution.
None of us in Oakland city leadership can solve the city’s problems alone. Partnering with OUSD and major education stakeholders to achieve high performing public schools is one of the four key education priorities I would pursue as mayor. Additionally, I would work with OUSD leadership to increase graduation rates, support African American and Hispanic male achievement, and obtain and create new funding streams.
The third in a series of interviews with Oakland mayoral candidates by Byron Williams of the Bay Area News Group.
The Parker in the Park series consists of free public events aimed at bringing community members together, uniting around the many strengths of Oakland (natural beauty, music, food, and a passion for social justice to name just a few) to confront some of our long-standing frustrations (crime, unemployment, and struggling schools).
We have the opportunity to bring more than a billion dollars of investment and thousands of jobs to Oakland. Part of my economic plan, as Mayor, is to make this vision a reality. The first step in this process was Vator Splash Oakand.
“The career politicians have had their chance,” said Parker. “I have seen the inner workings of the city enough to know that we need a different skill set.”
For Oakland mayoral candidate Bryan Parker, technology is a solution to many of the East Bay city’s woes. Parker, who entered the tech industry over a decade ago as senior director of finance at security software firm iPass, sees bitcoin as a way to address poverty and crowdfunding as a means of increasing financing for civic development. He favors analytics to maximize the efficiency of Oakland’s understaffed police force and improve education in the city’s classrooms.
How technology fits into Oakland’s future and the priorities for the Bryan Parker administration in developing Oakland as a vibrant and innovative city.
Dear Supporters, It is important that we honor the victims of crime in Oakland. Whether the crime is a violent one, robbery or murder we […]
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Recently, two events have occurred that will directly affect Oakland’s future. First, Oakland Chief of Police, Howard Jordan, announced his retirement. Only […]