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‘Meet the Candidates,’ Measure E statements on Davis Media Access

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From page A5 | October 17, 2012 |

Davis Media Access has produced a series of “Meet the Candidates” statements for the Nov. 6 election, as well as pro and con statements on school parcel tax Measure E.

DMA is a nonprofit community media center supporting local content on television, radio and the Internet. DMA operates DCTV Public Access Channel 15, Educational Access Channel 17 and KDRT-LP, 95.7 FM.

This election cycle, DMA has produced the following:

* “Meet the Candidates for DJUSD Board of Trustees,” featuring Alan Fernandes, Jose Granda, Susan Lovenburg and Nancy Peterson. Candidate Claire Sherman declined to participate;

* “Meet the Candidates for 4th Assembly District,” featuring John Munn and Mariko Yamada;

* “Meet the Candidates for the 3rd Congressional District,” featuring John Garamendi and Kim Vann; and

* Measure E statements, featuring Richard Harris arguing the “yes” position and Carolyn Pfanner arguing “no.”

Links to individual segments, as well as a schedule of upcoming air dates, are available at http://dctv.davismedia.org/november-2012. Also available is the Oct. 1 candidates forum co-sponsored by The Davis Vanguard and DMA, and the Oct. 5 forum produced by the League of Women Voters of Davis and city of Davis Media Services.

Election programming will air through Monday, Nov. 5, on DCTV (Comcast Channel 15 in Davis); on AT&T’s U-verse service at Menu 99; and on demand at http://dctv.davismedia.org. DMA will not produce a live election-night show this season.

For more information, visit http://davismedia.org.

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