In case you missed it, the Davis Enterprise reported yesterday that the Davis College Democrats hosted the first debate for Democratic candidates for District 3’s California State Senate race on Wednesday, on November 18, 2015.
A regular feature of campaign seasons, the forum is intended to best inform the members of the Davis College Democrats for endorsements later in the year.
Below is an excerpt from the piece:
Dodd, D-Napa, was elected to the Assembly last year. In his opening statement, he said he has been working with the Democratic Caucus on issues like income disparity and education, ranging from kindergarten through college.
“I have been committed to service my entire life,” Dodd said.
Yamada, who represented both the former 8th Assembly District and the 4th Assembly District from 2008 to 2014, told the young crowd that although her priorities as a “lifelong Democrat and professional social worker by training” are aging and long-term care, she believes that “education is the gateway to preserve the middle class, which is by all counts on the Endangered Species List.”
To read the entire piece and see the photo slideshow, please click here: http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/state-government/state-senate-candidates-meet-in-first-debate/
About Davis College Democrats:
The Davis College Democrats aim to educate the voting population, deflate youth apathy, foster student leadership, and work towards the betterment of our society. The Davis College Democrats are located at the University of California at Davis.