Not far from where this photo was taken, San Leandro mayoral candidate Dan Dillman confronted Alameda County Sherrif's deputies in 2010. He spent over two month in jail for the act this summer.
Although Dillman is considered a long shot this November, he nonetheless may become an important player in the mayor's race because of ranked-choice voting. Dillman's supporters could end up deciding San Leandro's next mayor, depending on whom they list second and third on their ballots. "It is going to have an effect on the race," said Pauline Cutter, a San Leandro councilmember, who is also a candidate for mayor. "Dan is going to get those who are dissatisfied with how things are going in San Leandro."
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