Local Government

Elections 2014 - Davis City Council 2014 - The Community Values Forum

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Recorded at the Davis Community Church Sanctuary, May 12, 2014 at 6pm, by Davis Media Access.

The Community Values Forum was an opportunity for members of the public to engage with the City Council candidates before the upcoming election.

This forum was sponsored by Davis Community Church and Davis Media Access.

Questions at this Forum will focus on the candidates’ understanding of the values held by the greater Davis community as well as personal characteristics the candidates possess for leading our city.

Elections 2014 - Measure P - No on P

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Representatives of local ballot measures were invited to make a presentation in the Davis Media Access studio under identical conditions. Statements are up to 5 minutes in length and not edited.

Shall an initiative ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 2405, which adopted increased water rates, and putting water rates in effect prior to May 1, 2013 back into effect, be adopted?

Joe Krovoza presents the argument for No on Measure P.

Elections 2014 - Measure P - Yes on P

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Representatives of local ballot measures were invited to make a presentation in the Davis Media Access studio under identical conditions. Statements are up to 5 minutes in length and not edited.

Shall an initiative ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 2405, which adopted increased water rates, and putting water rates in effect prior to May 1, 2013 back into effect, be adopted?

Sue Greenwald presents the argument for Yes on Measure P.

Elections 2014 - Measure O - Yes on O

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Representatives of local ballot measures were invited to make a presentation in the Davis Media Access studio under identical conditions. Statements are up to 5 minutes in length and not edited.

Shall Ordinance No. 2432, which would authorize the City of Davis to reauthorize and extend the existing half cent sales and use tax for general government purposes and increase the sales and use tax by an additional half cent, for a combined one cent tax, through December 31, 2020, be adopted?

Lucas Frerichs presents the argument for Yes on Measure O.

We The People... The US Constitution and You

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"We The People... The U.S. Constitution and You"

including a segement on unique treatment of Native Americans within our Constitution explained by the only enrolled tribal member in the US Congress, Congressman Tom Cole.

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This video features Caroline Kennedy and John Garamendi. It helps students understand their particular access points to our democracy through the Member of Congress constitutionally elected to represent them. 

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