CivEnergy Candidate Forum Video from March 18, 2018.
Brody Fernandez sent a letter on February 19, 2018 to CivEnergy in which he bows out of the Davis City Council election.
Ezra Beeman announced his run for the Davis City Council on February 4, 2018. Mr. Beeman was born and raised in Yolo County. Mr. Beeman has spent his career in the energy and utilities sectors including working in Australia for many years.
Mark West announced his run for the Davis City Council on January 4, 2018. Mr. West was born and raised in Davis and graduated from Davis High in 1977. He went on to receive a B.S. from the University of California and Phd in Neuroscience from Johns Hopkins.
Mary Jo Bryan, a long-time Davis resident, announced her bid for a seat on the Davis City Council on December 10, 2017. Bryan has been civically active over the years in Davis.
The Aggie reported on December 3, 2017, that Brody Fernandez, a UC Davis student, will run for the Davis City Council. Fernandez, 28, said his interest in running for office developed from his ongoing experiences in Davis over the l
Larry Guenther announced his candidacy for the Davis City Council on October 27 2017. Guenther, 52, grew up in San Jose, and went to UC Santa Cruz for a degree in Earth Science. Guenther moved to Davis in 1994 to start work on his master’s degree in Earth Science. The election for Davis City Council will be held in June 2018. Two seats will be contested, those of Rochelle Swanson and Robb Davis. Mr. Guenther is the 6th candidate to announce. It is expected that there will be 8+ candidates running for the 2 contested seats.
Dan Carson, the current chair of the Finance and Budget Commission announced his run for the Davis City Council on November 12. Carson, a long-time Davis resident, worked for the California Legislative Analyst’s Office, a nonpartisan agency that provides fiscal and programmatic analyses to the California legislature.
Eric Gudz announced his candidacy for the Davis City Council on October 27 2017. Gudz, 30, moved to Davis in 2013 to start work on his master’s degree at the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies. He received his master’s degree from UC Davis in 2016.
Gloria Partida announced her intention to run for Davis City Council on Facebook on October 17th. Ms. Partida has been civically active and for her work won the A. G. Brinley award for civic service in 2016. Ms. Partida has been a Davis resident since 1989. She does research at UC Davis in the department of Neurobiology.
Luis Rios announced his candidacy for the Davis City Council on October 15. The election will be held in June 2018. Two seats will be contested, that of Rochelle Swanson and Robb Davis. Mr. Rios lives in South Davis with his wife and two children. He works at the California Department of Education.
Linda Deos, announced her candidacy for the Davis City Council election which will be held June 2018. She is the first candidate to announce. Ms. Deos is a lawyer who practices employment and consumer law. Two council seats will be on the June ballot. The two seats are currently held by Rochelle Swanson and Robb Davis.