Robert Daulton

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger

Background

Robert Daulton received his master’s degree in Sculpture from San Jose State and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago [3]. Daulton has been a sculptor and designer for Disney’s Epcot Center. He was also previously an Art Director for Robert Half International, a designer for Water Solutions Inc., and a Consultant for Daley Design. Daulton has also worked as a Design Consultant for Conscience [3]. Daulton served on the Fremont Planning Commission since February 2019 [2]. Daulton has lived in Fremont for the past 20 years and raised his daughters in Fremont [1].

Key Issues

Economy

Daulton advocates for transparency in leaders and supports not accepting contributions from developers, corporations, or corporate PACs [1].

Environment

Daulton wants to conserve hills, rivers, the environment, and natural resources [2]. Daulton wants to protect Quarry Lakes, Niles Canyon, Alameda Creek, and the Sunol Hills against train derailments that might hurt the environment [1].

Homelessness

Daulton wants to expand navigation operations and create a cityrun safe parking solution for the vehicular unhoused. He supports fighting against increased care and services towards re-housing the homeless [2]. He also wants to hire more case workers as well as gain more funding and grant research to pay workers [1].

Endorsements

South Alameda County Young Democrats; Fremont Local 1689 Firefighters; Sierra Club Endorsed; Southern Alameda County Progressive Democrats; Ro Khanna, US Congressman; Jenny Kassan: Fremont City Council; Vinnie Bacon, Fremont City Councilmember, Ret; John Weed: President, ACID Water Control Board; Teresa Kang, Fremont City Council; Lance Kwan, Ohlone Community College Board Trustee, Area 2 at Ohlone College; Martin Kludjian, City of Fremont Human Relations Commission

Sources

1 Official Website
2 VotersEdge
3 LinkedIn
4 Facebook
5 Ballotpedia
6 Twitter