School Board candidate Bob Poppenga will be reaching out to community members at multiple events before the November 4th election. We hope you can join us and bring your friends to discuss schools and our community. Meeting voters in person and sharing ideas has been the highlight of the campaign. We look forward to seeing new and familiar faces over the next few days.
November 1st 8-1:00pm, Davis Farmers Market
Rain or shine Bob Poppenga and his team will be there to greet the community and answer questions.
November 1st 2-4:00pm
Meet and Greet Bob Poppenga Hosted by former DJUSB member B.J.Kline
Location: 345 Becerra Way
Description: B.J. Kline and Maureen Laughlin will host a meet and greet for Davis School Board Candidate Bob Poppenga. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
November 2nd 10 -12:00pm
Meet and Greet Bob Poppenga at Toad Hollow Park
Say hello and get a treat for your canine companion.
November 2nd 3-5:00 pm Meet and Greet with Bob Poppenga Hosted by Former Mayor Ken Wagstaff
1114 Kent Drive Description:
Former Davis Mayor Ken Wagstaff, his wife Diane, and City Councilmember Brett Lee will host an informal gathering at the Wagstaff home for friends and neighbors.
Poppenga is a parent of two, an active parent volunteer, a veterinarian and a professor of veterinary toxicology for almost 10 years. He is one of seven candidates seeking three open seats on the Davis Board of Education in the Nov. 4 election.
He has received endorsements from Lois Wolk, State Senator, Bruce Wolk, University Emeritus Law Professor,Mariko Yamada, California State Assemblymember, Jesse Ortiz, Yolo County Superintendent of Schools Elect,Jim Provenza, Yolo County Supervisor and former Davis School Board Trustee, Brett Lee, Davis City Council Member,Joe Krovoza, UCD administrator and former Davis Mayor, Helen Thomson, County Supervisor and former DJUSD Trustee, Gina Daleiden, DJUSD Board President, B.J. Kline, Former DJUSD School Board Member, Maynard Skinner, former Davis Mayor, Ken and Diane Wagstaff, former Davis Mayor and Former City Council member and retired DJUSD teacher Deborah Poulos.