We produced our first television ad!
Because of your financial support, we are airing our first TV ad of the campaign. You can see it here.
"Thank you for giving us this opportunity to introduce Councilmember Salwan to voters and tell them about his record of progress - creating jobs, breaking new ground downtown, keeping neighborhoods safe and helping schools." - Tim Orozco, Campaign Manager
Fremont, CA – Today, Fremont City Councilmember and business owner Raj Salwan announced support for his campaign from Councilmember Sue Chan, making him the only candidate in the city council race to garner endorsements from Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison and the entire Fremont City Council.
"Councilmember Raj Salwan has been a great asset to the City Council,” said Chan, who has served on the council since 2008.
Fremont, CA – This weekend, City Councilmember and business owner Raj Salwan celebrated the opening of his campaign headquarters with State Senator Ellen Corbett, Assemblymembers Bill Quirk and Bob Wieckowski, Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison, and more than 125 supporters from across the city.
The headquarters, located at 3105 Capitol Ave., will serve as the base of operations for a robust field and outreach program that will play a key role in Councilmember Salwan’s campaign leading up to the November 4 general election.
Fremont, CA – Today City Councilmember Raj Salwan announced a slew of key endorsements from local elected officials, former elected officials, and community leaders.
The list of new endorsements includes Fremont Councilmember Anu Natarajan, Assemblymember Paul Fong (AD3) and former Assemblymember Fiona Ma (AD6), Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday and former Hayward Mayor Mike Sweeney, Alameda County Water District Board Member John Weed, former Fremont Planning Commissioner Lisa Quan, and community leader Chinmoy Roy.
Fremont, CA – Operating Engineers Local 3 and the Building and Construction Trades Council of Alameda County have thrown their support behind Raj Salwan in the November race for Fremont City Council. They join a growing list of organizations and supporters endorsing the Councilmember early in the campaign.