Election Digest: Four Council Candidates Have Pulled Papers

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Election-Digest

Four Candidates Pull Papers to Run for Davis City Council

 

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Robb Davis on Wednesday pictured with Davis City Clerk Zoe Mirable pulls his papers to run for Davis City Council.

On Wednesday, Robb Davis became the fourth candidate to pull papers to run for the Davis City Council.  City Clerk Zoe Mirabile confirmed that Sheila Allen, Rochelle Swanson and Daniel Parrella had previously pulled their papers.  No one has returned their papers as of yet.

With Mayor Joe Krovoza running for State Assembly, there is one vacant seat and the filing period will remain open until March 12, 2014.  The election will be held June 3, 2014.

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Delaini.PhotoLarenda Delaini for the Yolo County Superior Court seat that will be vacated by Judge Mock

Judicial candidate Larenda Delaini will be at the Davis Farmers Market on Saturday, February 22, 2014, taking questions so that our community can get to know her better before casting their important vote for Yolo County Superior Court Judge on June 3. Larenda will be there from 8:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. and again from noon to 1:00 p.m., though there will be an information booth set up all day. She will have sign-up sheets available for those of you who want to help with this grassroots campaign. Bring your family and friends to enjoy the market – Larenda looks forward to seeing you there!

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Jesse OrtizWest Sacramento Educational Leaders Endorse Ortiz

Adam Menke, Washington Unified School District Board President, has endorsed Jesse Ortiz for Yolo County Superintendent of Schools.  President Menke joined three other Washington School Board members, Alicia Cruz, Katie Villegas and Sara Kirby-Gonzalez as supporters. Ortiz has now been endorsed by four of the five West Sacramento Trustees. All cited Ortiz’s extensive educational and professional background as the reason to become the next Yolo County Superintendent of Schools. The number of Yolo County elected and former elected officials who have endorsed Ortiz is now fifty. His support continues to grow countywide.

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Davis-RobbRobb Davis for Davis City Council

Please join Robb, his family and team for a fundraiser at the Davis Senior Center Valente Room on Thursday, March 13 from 6-8 pm. Come and share in an informal get together for all supporters of Robb’s campaign. Brief remarks by Robb around 7:00 pm.

Also, if you would like to host a coffee for Robb with neighbors and friends in your home please contact Nancy Davis at robbnanc@gmail.com. For further information about Robb’s campaign please visit www.davis4davis.org

–Compiled by Lily Shen

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David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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6 thoughts on “Election Digest: Four Council Candidates Have Pulled Papers”

  1. Matt Williams

    I had the good fortune to meet Judicial Candidate Larenda Delaini on Sunday and I came away very favorably impressed. She was articulate, clearly had a solid understanding of the law and its myriad nuances, but most of all was fully conversant with how the many changes that are happening to the California Penal System are affecting the Courts. It was both impressive and fascinating to listen to Larenda talk with Gloria Pardida about that subject.

    Larenda is a Yolo County (Davis) resident, which distinguishes her from two of the other candidates (Rick Cohen and Janene Beronio) who have live in Sacramento. Having our Yolo County Superior Court Judges live in the same community where they preside is a desirable quality.

    I encourage everyone to go to the Farmers Market this Saturday and meet Larenda at her booth.

        1. Rich Rifkin

          One interesting fact about the U.S. House of Representatives: You do not have to have a seat in the House in order to be elected Speaker of the House. It’s never happened; and it never will. But in theory, a majority of the members of the House today could elect me as their Speaker. I would accept; and appoint Julie Crawford as the official volleyball coach of the House of Representatives.

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