Néstor is running for Hayward City Council to represent and fight for working-class families and residents of Hayward. As the child of Salvadoran immigrants, Néstor believes that we can build a Hayward that works for all people, not just special interests. He will prioritize the needs of workers by passing a living wage. He will also fight for healthcare, paid sick leave, and safe and affordable housing for working families. Néstor will approach all policies through a public health lens to secure the well-being and future of our city.
As a member of the Hayward community, Néstor is deeply invested in our great city. He is an Ethnic Studies professor at Cal State East Bay and a proud union member of the California Faculty Association. He serves as vice-chair of the Alameda County Public Health Commission, guiding our county on health initiatives for safe and vibrant neighborhoods. Néstor is a life-long East Bay resident and proud Hayward resident. He will fight to bring bold, innovative, and proactive leadership to City Hall. Néstor is committed to working in partnership with the community and will serve Hayward with integrity and humility.