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Elizabeth Beckman "Libby" Schaaf (born November 12, 1965) is an American politician and a member of the Democratic Party. She is the mayor of Oakland, California and a former member of the Oakland City Council.[1] Schaaf won the November 4, 2014 Oakland mayoral election in the 14th round in ranked choice voting with 62.79% of the vote.[2]

Biography

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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf with California governor Jerry Brown at Schaaf's inaugural celebration (pictured with the art car, the Golden Mean).

Schaaf holds a B.A. in political science from Rollins College and a J.D. from Loyola Law School.[3] Schaaf served as chief of staff to council member Ignacio De La Fuente and later as an aide to Mayor Jerry Brown. Schaaf is Jewish.[4][5] She lives in Oakland with her husband, Salvatore Fahey, and her children, Dominic and Lena.[6]

In her race for the city council, she was endorsed by fellow council members De La Fuente and Jane Brunner, as well as former council members Henry Chang, Dick Spees, and Danny Wan. Schaaf was also endorsed by the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (OakPAC).[7] In 2006, Schaaf became Public Affairs Director for the Port of Oakland.[8][9][10] In 2010, Schaaf was elected to represent District 4 on the Oakland City Council.[11][12] In the wake of the 2011 Oakland General Strike, Schaaf co-authored a resolution directing city administrators to use "whatever lawful tools we have" to stop future shutdowns at the Port of Oakland.[13] The resolution was twice defeated.[14][15] In the race for Oakland mayor, Schaaf was endorsed by Governor of California Jerry Brown and US Senator Barbara Boxer.[16][17] She was inaugurated on January 5, 2015.

Controversy Over Freedom of Assembly

In May 2015, Mayor Schaaf instituted a ban on nighttime protests in Oakland, CA, citing existing city policies.[18] The ban on nighttime marches led to dozens of arrests at three protests that occurred between May 22 and May 24 of 2015 over police killings of Black women in the US.[19] Enactment of this policy brought harsh criticism and allegations of illegality from constitutional lawyers, including one of the co-authors of Oakland Police Department's Crowd Control and Crowd Management Policy, Rachel Lederman.[20]

References

  1. ^ "Councilwoman Libby Schaaf files to run for Oakland mayor". KTVU. December 2, 2013. 
  2. ^ "2014 Mayoral Election Results". OaklandWiki. November 4, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Questionnaire for Candidates for Oakland City Council" (PDF). East Bay Young Democrats. 2010. 
  4. ^ Jewish Daily Forward: "California Councilwoman Libby Schaaf Targeted With Swastikas in Oakland" January 21, 2014
  5. ^ CBS News: "Flyers Of Jewish Councilwoman With Swastika On Her Face Posted In Oakland" by Michelle Griego January 19, 2014
  6. ^ City of Oakland: "District 4 - Libby Schaaf" retrieved January 21, 2014
  7. ^ Endorsements of Libby Schaaf[dead link]
  8. ^ New American Media (2007) Truckers and the Pollution Dilemma in West Oakland
  9. ^ Libby Schaaf Appointed New Director of Public Affairs at the Port of Oakland
  10. ^ SF Chronicle (Wednesday, August 6, 2008) Oakland port to eliminate 100 jobs
  11. ^ Vote results
  12. ^ 2010, East Bay Express - Schaaf and Worthington win
  13. ^ KTVU (2011) - City council resolution takes aim at port shutdowns
  14. ^ Oakland City Council rejects proposal to get tough on protests
  15. ^ SF Gate - "Oakland backs off increasing Occupy enforcement"
  16. ^ "Gov. Jerry Brown lends support to ex-aide in Oakland mayor’s race". SFGate.com. San Francisco Chronicle. October 9, 2014. Retrieved January 12, 2014. 
  17. ^ "U.S. Sen. Boxer endorses Schaaf for Oakland mayor". SFGate.com. San Francisco Chronicle. October 28, 2014. Retrieved 12 January 2014. 
  18. ^ Bond Graham, Darwin. "Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Institutes Ban On Nighttime Street Protests". East Bay Express. East Bay Express. Retrieved 2015-05-24. 
  19. ^ Bond Graham, Darwin. "Hundreds Challenge Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf's Nighttime Protest Ban, Planning Commissioner Among Those Detained". East Bay Express. East Bay Express. Retrieved 2015-05-24. 
  20. ^ Barnard, Cornell. "Protests held in Oakland over mayor's new ban on nighttime marches". ABC7 News Bay Area. ABC7. Retrieved 2015-05-24. 

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