November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election
On June 14, 2022, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 5948-22 calling the General Municipal Election for November 8, 2022 for the election of Councilmembers for District 2, 3, and 4.
Candidate Nomination period closed on August 12, 2022. Please see the official candidate nomination list and the candidate contact list below.
Questions from Candidates and the Public - Updated on September 28, 2022
Campaign Finance Reporting
Union City no requires electronic filing for Campaign Finance forms. Linked below are filings related to the 2022 prior to the implementation of the electronic filing system, and related to the 2022 General Municipal Election. For filings covering January 1, 2022 and on, please use the following link:
|Name||District||Committee Number||Papers Pulled/ Date Qualified||Campaign Forms (redacted)
|Jaime Patino||2||1378625||July 21; July 25|
|Chuck Kennedy||2||Not yet assigned||August 9, August 12||CK 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
|Jeff Wang||3||1441633||July 20; August 3||JW 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
|Lee Guio||3||1449844||July 19; Aug 11||LG 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
|Kristy Boer||3||Not yet assigned||August 9; August 12||KB 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
|Scott Sakakihara||4||1438746||July 20; August 9||SS 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
|Vipan Bajwa||4||1448000||July 19; August 9||VB 501 - Candidate Intention Statement|
Ballot Measure Seeking Voter Approval for Extension of 1/2 cent Sales Tax
On July 12, 2022 the City Council adopted Resolution No. 5978-22 submitting the following question to qualified voters of the City of Union City:
To maintain funding the State cannot take away for Union City services, such as keeping fire stations open/ fully staffed, 9-1-1 emergency response, street/ pothole repair, paramedic services, neighborhood police patrols, disaster preparedness, senior/ youth programs and for general government use, shall the City of Union City measure extending the existing voter-approved sales tax without increasing the current 1/2¢ rate be adopted, raising $6,600,000 annually for nine years, with annual audits, independent oversight and all funds staying local? YES NO
For additional detail on the renewal of public funding, please click here. This page is strictly for items related to Ballot Measure Arguments For/Against, and any activity related to a General Purpose Committee or Primarily Formed Ballot Measure Committee.