News Items, Davis, California

​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.
Vote_image ​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.
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