Stick to campaign issues

I want to express my gratitude to those who support my campaign for the office of Yolo County superintendent of schools. We have generated significant momentum on the merits of my qualifications for this important job, including endorsement by The Davis Enterprise.

It has come to my attention, however, that information regarding my opponent’s past legal matters has been disseminated by people outside of my campaign team, as a basis to vote for me rather than him. While my campaign team and I respect everyone’s right to freely express their opinions, to the extent that this information was circulated with the intent to engage in negative campaigning, we do not condone this.

I ask that supporters remain focused on highlighting my experience as a career educator and my plan to improve services for the students of Yolo County.

My commitment from day one has been to focus my campaign on the role of the superintendent of schools and why I believe my background as a career educator best qualifies me for that job. I want to thank you for supporting constructive conversations that focus on the most important aspect of this campaign — who is most qualified to best serve the students, educators, and families of Yolo County.
Sam Neustadt

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