In keeping with the theme that Measure I will enrich and benefit everyone except the families that will be burdened with another 30 years of student debt, it looks now that the family of Benjamin Reyes and Susan Reyes are profiting from managing the Yes on I campaign committee.
Newly filed campaign statements from Committee to Revitalize our School (sic) show that Susan Reyes has been paid $450 for “accounting and finance” services for the committee.
This is keeping in the spirit of the Yes on I campaign, where we have seen the vast majority of campaign contributions come from companies and organizations that stand to profit from the Alameda Unified School District levying a crushing $180 million tax bond debt on Alameda families. Student debt we can’t afford.
Make sure you Vote No on I if you haven’t already completed a vote by mail ballot.