Hi, I’m Larry.

I’m your Sunnyvale Mayor.

Thank you for your interest in my campaign. I am running for your first directly elected Sunnyvale Mayor to continue to represent your interests and amplify our community’s voice in the region.

With my experience, passion and track record – I have worked to make sure all voices are heard in our diverse community.  I’ve worked to improve our quality of life and protect our residents during these difficult times.

I hope to earn your vote, so I can continue to work for a better Sunnyvale.

With deepest gratitude,

Accomplishments

A few of Mayor Klein’s Accomplishments during his time on Council.

Larry worked with the Sunnyvale Downtown Association to convert Historic Murphy Avenue into a pedestrian-only zone for al fresco dining during COVID-19

Priorities

Quality of Life

We need sustainable development and to control our growth to match the community’s vision…

Finishing Downtown

It is imperative that we support and finish our Downtown–it is the heart of our city…

Reducing Traffic

We need to reduce traffic and enable alternative transportation…

Adding Housing

We must continue to look at ways to alleviate this Bay Area Crisis…

Protecting the Environment

We need to accelerate our implementation of our Climate Action Playbook…

Fiscal Responsibility

We must ensure that we are forward thinking and make sure we balance adding resources and infrastructure upgrades with revenue projections…

October 2019

Worked with residents to bring back a yearly Halloween Pet Parade which restarted in October of 2019

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In the News

More Than 2,000 People Attend Black Lives Matter Protest In Sunnyvale

The Silicon Valley Voice, 6/10/2020

Letter: We’ve lived in Sunnyvale for 50 years–this protest made us proud

The Mercury News, 6/10/2020

Mayor’s Roundtable: Staying On Track When Pandemic And Protest Lands In Your Lap

The Silicon Valley Voice, 9/9/2020

Lunch In A Time Of Coronavirus With Larry Klein

The Silicon Valley Voice, 5/6/2020