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Who nominated the City Council candidates?

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From page A7 | March 18, 2014 |

It’s election season for the City Council, where two seats are up for grabs. Here’s the list of candidates and the people who signed their petition to run.

Rochelle Swanson: Charlie Swanson, Rose M. Cholewinski, Nichole Arnold, Will Arnold, Brian Horsfield, Steve Boschken, Jon Sanchez, Cary Arnold, Lois Wolk, Mindy Porter, Robin Garland, Lee Pflugrath, Alyson Mitchell, Melissa M. Martinez, Megan Watkins, Ciana D. Wallace, Mason Harry, Neil Ruud, Beverly A. Sanchez, Lucas H. Frerichs, Bruce Wolk, Barbara Archer, Thomas Cross, Jeremy Higgins, Eileen M. Samitz, Daniel Wolk.

Sheila Allen: Mitchell Sutter, Rich Reed, Lucas Frerichs, Barbara Archer, Hiram Jackson, Debra Reed, Karolyn Ragsdale, Helen M Thomson, Kari Fry, Stephen Souza, Jeannie Johng-Nishikawa, Susan Lovenburg, Dawn Myers Purkey, Jim Provenza, Rick Gonzales, Laura McCollough, Will Arnold, Craig Reynolds, Dan Wolk, Bob Schneider, Rita Montes Martin, Cass Sylvia, Bob Schlene, Rick Ramirez, Donna Davies, Lois Wolk, Jen Boschee-Danzer, Yasmine El-Gabry, Lea Rosenberg, Mariko Yamada.

John Munn: Vic Bucher, Clay Brandow, Brooke Brandow, Jim Smith, Pam Nieberg, Pam Gunnell, Michael Bartolic, Joan Sallee, Tom Sallee, Shelley Munn, David Murphy, Robbie Murphy, Jim Stevens, Glenn Holderreed, John Youmans, Alzada Knickerbocker, Dennis Lindsay, Milt Blackman, Debbie Fung, Manny Carbahal, Eric Thompson, Gayle Thompson, Les Portello, Jim Leonard, Don Price, Nancy Price, Dorothy Morrissey, Dick Morrissey, Mark Siegler, Michael Harrington.

Robb Davis: Nancy Davis, Brett Lee, Michelle Millet, Carolyn Hinshaw, Claire Goldstene, Victoria Gall, L. Edward Clemens, Stephen Streeter, Gretchen Peralta, Julie Sonntag, Dylan Davis, Joseph Krovoza, Janet Krovoza, John Michael Larsen, Robert Canning, Tia Will, Lorell Hardaker, Mary Lou Rossetto, Susan Padgett, Kenneth Wagstaff, Mark West, Becky Marigo, Inessa Snyder, Diane Clarke, Kevin Roddy, Jean Malamud, Joyce Wiseman, Nancy Rowan, Michael Mitchell, Catherine Strode.

Daniel Parrella: Nicole Bell, Shelly Ford Moberty, Pam Buckman, Heather Tattershall, Susan Hussby, Lucinda Childress, Chris Denton, Wendy Allen, Kim Eichorn, Brent Burkholder, Debbie Cannon, Salvador Borges, Sally Borges, Julia Borges, Kenneth Salvagno, Grace Salvagno, Anupam Chander, Madhavi Sunder, Mario Salvagno, Mike Blankinship, Meg Blankinship, Jeffrey Sherman, Jennifer Miramontes, Lisa Buehler, Rachel Kraynak, Mary Jo Zalac, Amy Cahill.

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  • March 15, 2014 - 5:52 pm

    I know who I am NOT voting for, no matter who supports her. It's Sheila Allen. After this mess they got us in with DHS sports, she has no chance.

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  • DamoclesMarch 18, 2014 - 1:44 pm

    I agree but Sheila could easily win anyway. It is a weak field. It is not enough for those disgusted with Sheila to simply not vote for her. You must also work to oppose her by telling everyone you know not to vote for her. I hope she finds out the hard way what it feels like to be Julie Crawford and lose a job she covets.

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  • Rich RifkinMarch 18, 2014 - 4:13 pm

    "It is a weak field." .......... It looks fairly strong to me, although it is not very deep. ............. First, you have an incumbent running for re-election in Rochelle Swanson. She has great support among the Chamber of Commerce types and should be considered a favorite to return. Second, you have Sheila Allen, who twice was easily elected to the School Board and has been endorsed by the entire Democratic establishment in Davis. It's hard to know if her hard core supporters will abandon her due to V-gate. Third, you have former School Board member John Munn, who is well known in town, recently ran for the Assembly and may have a base of support among the anti-growth crowd because of his views on the water project. Fourth, you have Robb Davis, who needs to get his name out there more widely, but already is well known in the Davis bicycle community. Robb served a long time as a commissioner and (more than any other candidate running for the first time in my experience) is extremely well-versed on the City's budget and labor issues. Robb also has a base of support in the "green" community. He most resembles to me a Lamar Heystek-type. And fifth, you have Daniel Parrella, who is easily the youngest of the group and who, in all likelihood, will fulfill the role of the very young candidate who Bob Dunning will rate as a one billion to one shot to win. Yet Daniel is a lifelong Davis resident and through his family he is connected to a lot of Davis families. ............. If it is true that Sheila's chances are falling--I'm skeptical that they are--it's interesting to speculate who that might help. Depending on how things play out over the next few months, I think Robb Davis may surprise some in the same way Lamar did when he won.

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  • March 18, 2014 - 4:20 pm

    I'm voting for John Munn and Robb Davis.

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  • March 18, 2014 - 4:00 am

    Agrred! She probably should just pull out. She screwed up the school DJUSD and now wants to screw up the whole city.

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  • March 18, 2014 - 8:56 am

    Bob Dunning reports that one person that signed Allen's petition has already asked to remove their name. I wonder how many others will. Best not to have your name attached to Allen's, especially if one has plans to further one's professional future in Davis.

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  • March 18, 2014 - 8:54 pm

    Well, I'm voting for Sheila!

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