Alameda County supervisor candidate Nadia Lockyer had a rough week. But with one week to go until the June 8 primary, it’s now her opponent, former state Senator Liz Figueroa, who is feeling the heat. Lockyer made a series of peculiar gaffes last week, in addition to being the subject of a series of stories in the San Francisco Chronicle questioning her incorrect use of the title “deputy district attorney” in campaign literature and on her website. Now, Lockyer is alleging Figueroa owes over $12,000 in delinquent taxes to the counties of Alameda and San Mateo. Figueroa told Ronn Owens on KGO radio that she is “current” with her tax bill, but not so says the Lockyer campaign which has proof it still exists.