“Tuesdays for Teachers” with School Board Candidate Madhavi Sunder
Trustee candidate Madhavi Sunder is inviting DJUSD educators to meet with her to discuss their perspective on education in Davis. Since she announced her candidacy, Madhavi has heard from a variety of students and parents. Madhavi would like the opportunity to learn about our educators’ experiences and ideas. Madhavi welcomes the opportunity to meet and talk with our most valuable resource: the classroom teacher.
Please come chat with her on Tuesday, May 13, at Peet’s Coffee and Tea in The Marketplace at 1411 W. Covell Blvd. from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Sunder is a school board trustee candidate in the November general election. She is a tenured law professor at UCD’s King Hall and was educated in public schools before attending Harvard College and Stanford Law School. Sunder’s two children attend Korematsu Elementary School and previously attended César Chávez Elementary School. Sunder has been a classroom volunteer at Korematsu and Chávez and is an AYSO soccer mom. She has served on the school district’s GATE Advisory Committee and most recently was a member of one of the action teams that was part of the school district’s strategic planning process.
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Napa County Supervisor and 4th Assembly District candidate Bill Dodd today announced that former Woodland Mayor Art Pimentel and Yolo County Supervisor Matt Rexroad have endorsed his bid for State Assembly.
“Looking at Bill’s record, it’s clear he uses his business experience watching the bottom line to ask tough questions about spending,” said Supervisor Rexroad, a Republican. “His fiscal responsibility shows with 14 straight balanced county budgets and active efforts to bring Napa County pension funding in line.”
“Bill’s family has an agricultural background and he’s done a lot of good preserving agriculture in Napa County, so he shares our values,” said Pimentel. “Bill will represent Yolo County well and always remember where he comes from.”
“I’ve gotten to know Art and Matt a lot better during this campaign,” said Dodd. “They’re terrific public servants and have gone the extra mile, along with some other folks, to help me better understand the specific needs of Northern Yolo County, which I really appreciate. I’ll be a better representative for Woodland and the rest of Yolo County because of their support”
Dodd is a Democrat from Napa County. After a 25-year business career, he has served 14 years on the Napa County Board of Supervisors. Assembly District 4 includes Napa and Lake Counties and portions of Colusa, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo Counties.
Meet and Greet with Fredrick Cohen
Fredrick Cohen will be featured at a reception held by Krystal Callaway Jaime in Woodland this Thursday, May 8th, from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. The event will be held at 618 Court Street, Suite A. For information or to RSVP, call (530) 574-9377 or email info@Cohen4Judge.com. Tickets are $25 per person, sponsorships available.
The Beronio for Judge Campaign Committee announced several opportunities to meet candidate Janene Beronio between now and the June 3 election date.
Superior Court Commissioner Beronio will be at her table at the Davis Farmers Market, from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 10, May 17, May 24 and May 31. Commissioner Beronio will be available to chat with voters, answer questions, and discuss the role of a Superior Court Judge.
Commissioner Beronio will also be the guest of honor at a coffee at the home of Marion Cantor, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14. Dessert will be served. The address of the coffee is 2632 Chateau Lane, Davis. Commissioner Beronio will be available to answer questions and talk about the court system, and the new courthouse being built in Woodland.
The Beronio for Judge Committee also invites members of the public to visit the campaign website at www.janeneforjudge.com.
The website contains a full list of Commissioner Beronio’s endorsements. There are three ways to contact Commissioner Beronio or the campaign through the website. There is a listed voice mail number at (530) 287-4065. There is an e-mail address at email@example.com. And there is a way to type and deliver a message to the Commissioner directly on the website. Interested voters can receive literature or a lawn sign, and can sign up to endorse Commissioner Beronio, and make donations to her campaign.
Superior Court Commissioner Beronio is a candidate for election to Superior Court Judge. The election will be held on June 3, although many voters have chosen to vote by mail by signing up with the County Elections Department.
–Compiled by Lily Shen