Thursday, July 31, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Vote for your future

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From page B7 | June 01, 2014 |

If a year ago you had told me that this spring I would be engaging in heated debates about candidates’ intentions, party loyalty and the morality of smear campaigns I would have been certain the conversation would have been about the 2016 presidential election. That just goes to show I had no idea how important the race for the District 4 State Assembly seat could be.

As a young voter, I evaluate candidates based on how I feel they will impact the future. In this race I believe there is only one candidate who can clearly provide a better future for our district. Joe Krovoza is a true grassroots politician who has deservedly earned all of his endorsements.

Joe has demonstrated his commitment to the environment through decades of civil service. As a City Council person and mayor of Davis, Joe made tough decisions that were in the best interest of the city. His environmental expertise, fiscal responsibility, and no-nonsense constituent-powered politics make him the top candidate for ensuring a positive fate for our district.

I believe that Joe Krovoza can provide not only the residents of the 4th District, but all Californians, with a brighter future. On Tuesday, vote for your future. Vote for Joe.

Caroline Fredericks

Davis

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