As of election night, Measure Q, a City of Davis sales tax renewal, based easily. Measure G is a bit short of passing. It has 65% yes and needs 66.66% to pass. In the Yolo County 4th Supervisorial District, Jim Provenza received 49.49% and Linda Deos received 36.72% of the vote. Provenza needs 50% + 1 vote in order to win outright, otherwise there will be a runoff with Ms. Deos in November.
Davis Media Access has produced videos for the local March elections. The videos cover: Candidates for the the Congressional 3rd District (primary), Candidates for Assembly 4th District (primary), Candidates for Yolo County Supervisor – Districts 4 & 5, a local ballot measure statement for Yes on Measure G and Yes on Measure Q.
The City of Davis announced it had hired a new finance director, Elena Adair. Ms. Adair is currently the Director of Finance for the city of Alameda, Calif. where she has served for the last five years.
A Facebook live video of the UC Davis College Democrats Election Forum for Yolo County Supervisor 4th District held February 11, 2020. All 3 candidates participated: David Abramson, Linda Deos, Jim Provenza.
The League of Women Voters and CivEnergy hosted a forum for the Yolo County Supervisor 4th District election. The election will be held on March 3, 2020. The three candidates in the election are: David Abramson, Linda Deos and Jim Provenza.
A new survey shows that the number of Americans who are "alarmed" about climate nearly tripled from 11% in 2014 to 31% in 2019.
The candidates for Yolo County 4th District Supervisor's seat responded to 20 questions posed by the Yolano Chapter of the Sierra Club.
The Davis City Council voted unanimously to move forward with a respite center for individuals experiencing homelessness in Davis at their meeting yesterday (12/17/2919). The process of studying a respite center started 10 months ago in February 2019.