Wednesday, May 6, 2015
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Re-elect Rochelle Swanson

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From page A7 | May 30, 2014 |

I threw my enthusiastic support behind Rochelle Swanson back when she first ran in 2010 and I’m happy to do so again. She has stayed true to her herself and our city in her four years in office.

She remains an excellent negotiator, listening to all sides of the conversation. She has also continued to be an active participant in the community, a necessity for anyone on our City Council. As a result, she’s got her finger on the heartbeat of the community and can anticipate, empathize and legislate effectively.

I see her everywhere and it’s because she has been a business owner in Davis, a dedicated supporter of our schools, and a consistent patron of the arts … such as the fourth annual Davis Music Fest on June 21 where I’m sure you’ll see her, too, right?

But I digress … She’s savvy and if you want a community leader in office, then I hope you join me in voting for Rochelle.

Danny Tomasello
Davis

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