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Voter recommendations and NO on Prop 98

Please vote for Mike Thompson for Congress, Lois Wolk for State Senate and Christopher Cabaldon for the Assembly. These are truly people of integrity with a strong record of protecting our environment. We are indeed fortunate that they have chosen public service.

Join the Sierra Club, Audubon California, senior groups, League of California Cities, Western Growers Association, American Farmland Trust, Senators Feinstein and Boxer, Governor Schwarzenegger and many others and vote NO on Proposition 98. This is another disguised special interest agenda to circumvent laws that protect our environment. For complete information on this special interest power grab look at www.noprop98.org.

Bob Schneider
Davis, CA

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  • David Greenwald

    Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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12 comments

  1. “These are truly people of integrity…” Well, two are anyway.

    Anyone who stoops to the low level of buying memberships in an organization for people who were unaware and even deceased just so he could get an endorsement that he otherwise would not have, has no integrity. Someone who doesn’t pay his parking tickets until his car gets booted, and who pays his property taxes late is a person of at least questionable integrity.

    Cabaldon is quilty of all the above, and I have seen no remorse.

    We can do better by electing Mariko Yamada.

  2. “These are truly people of integrity…” Well, two are anyway.

    Anyone who stoops to the low level of buying memberships in an organization for people who were unaware and even deceased just so he could get an endorsement that he otherwise would not have, has no integrity. Someone who doesn’t pay his parking tickets until his car gets booted, and who pays his property taxes late is a person of at least questionable integrity.

    Cabaldon is quilty of all the above, and I have seen no remorse.

    We can do better by electing Mariko Yamada.

  3. “These are truly people of integrity…” Well, two are anyway.

    Anyone who stoops to the low level of buying memberships in an organization for people who were unaware and even deceased just so he could get an endorsement that he otherwise would not have, has no integrity. Someone who doesn’t pay his parking tickets until his car gets booted, and who pays his property taxes late is a person of at least questionable integrity.

    Cabaldon is quilty of all the above, and I have seen no remorse.

    We can do better by electing Mariko Yamada.

  4. “These are truly people of integrity…” Well, two are anyway.

    Anyone who stoops to the low level of buying memberships in an organization for people who were unaware and even deceased just so he could get an endorsement that he otherwise would not have, has no integrity. Someone who doesn’t pay his parking tickets until his car gets booted, and who pays his property taxes late is a person of at least questionable integrity.

    Cabaldon is quilty of all the above, and I have seen no remorse.

    We can do better by electing Mariko Yamada.

  5. Randy:

    My understanding is that the Cabaldon campaign set up a phone bank of high propensity voters. He then asked them if they wanted to join the West Sacramento Democratic Party. If they did, then he signed them up.

    Now Mariko also engineered some votes by having the Davis Democratic Club self-pick her supporters to put into the precaucus.

    Nevertheless, none of those delegates were eligible when it came time for Convention and Cabaldon once again was able to get the endorsement.

  6. Randy:

    My understanding is that the Cabaldon campaign set up a phone bank of high propensity voters. He then asked them if they wanted to join the West Sacramento Democratic Party. If they did, then he signed them up.

    Now Mariko also engineered some votes by having the Davis Democratic Club self-pick her supporters to put into the precaucus.

    Nevertheless, none of those delegates were eligible when it came time for Convention and Cabaldon once again was able to get the endorsement.

  7. Randy:

    My understanding is that the Cabaldon campaign set up a phone bank of high propensity voters. He then asked them if they wanted to join the West Sacramento Democratic Party. If they did, then he signed them up.

    Now Mariko also engineered some votes by having the Davis Democratic Club self-pick her supporters to put into the precaucus.

    Nevertheless, none of those delegates were eligible when it came time for Convention and Cabaldon once again was able to get the endorsement.

  8. Randy:

    My understanding is that the Cabaldon campaign set up a phone bank of high propensity voters. He then asked them if they wanted to join the West Sacramento Democratic Party. If they did, then he signed them up.

    Now Mariko also engineered some votes by having the Davis Democratic Club self-pick her supporters to put into the precaucus.

    Nevertheless, none of those delegates were eligible when it came time for Convention and Cabaldon once again was able to get the endorsement.

  9. BTW, if we are going to accuse Cabaldon of not paying his parking taxes, we have to accuse Yamada of not paying her former employee, having to settle out of court, and then failure to report the payment in her FPPC filings.

  10. BTW, if we are going to accuse Cabaldon of not paying his parking taxes, we have to accuse Yamada of not paying her former employee, having to settle out of court, and then failure to report the payment in her FPPC filings.

  11. BTW, if we are going to accuse Cabaldon of not paying his parking taxes, we have to accuse Yamada of not paying her former employee, having to settle out of court, and then failure to report the payment in her FPPC filings.

  12. BTW, if we are going to accuse Cabaldon of not paying his parking taxes, we have to accuse Yamada of not paying her former employee, having to settle out of court, and then failure to report the payment in her FPPC filings.

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