Keith Carson

Alameda County Supervisor for District 5 

The Fifth District includes the cities of Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Piedmont, and West Oakland, North Oakland, Rockridge, Grand Lake, and portions of the Fruitvale, Manzanita and Dimond District neighborhoods.

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A Statement from Supervisor Carson on the Passing of Gus Newport

Gus Newport was a giant in the social justice movement throughout California, nationally, and globally. His energy, intelligence, and influence brought about positive impacts in every part of our society that live on today. I was fortunate to know Gus and members of...

Alameda County Establishes Elections Oversight Commission

Today, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance to establish an Elections Oversight Commission to oversee all federal, state, district, and municipal elections conducted by the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. Alameda County Supervisor Keith...

Apply to Serve on the Alameda County Reparations Commission

As part of Alameda County's efforts to address the legislative, social, and economic inequities faced by African Americans in Alameda County, the Board of Supervisors voted to approve the formation of a Reparations Commission. The Commission will be tasked with...

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About Supervisor Carson

First elected in 1992, Supervisor Keith Carson serves as a member of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors – representing the 5th District – on a platform dedicated to inclusive and accessible government. Supervisor Carson works to bring together people who have a wealth of talent and creative resources to address our shared problems within the numerous areas including access to health care, ending poverty, homelessness, crime, improving business retention, and addressing the scarcity of jobs in our communities.