David Greenwald

David Greenwald founded and maintains the political blog The People's Vanguard of Davis.

Web Site: http://davisvanguard.org/


Groups That Helped to Take Down Councilmember Greenwald, Back in the Fray

May 31, 2016
Groups That Helped to Take Down Councilmember Greenwald, Back in the Fray

In May of 2012, an independent expenditure group backed by Sacramento-based unions the Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 447, IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local 340, and Operating Engineers Union Local 3, claiming to support Stephen Souza and oppose Sue Greenwald, sent out an attack mailer to Davis residents reminding them of then-Councilmember Sue...

Dr. John Bowes Identified as Finalist for Superintendent

May 31, 2016
Dr. John Bowes Identified as Finalist for Superintendent

On Monday, the school district released the name of Dr. John Bowes, currently the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources at the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District (PVPUSD), as their preferred candidate for the next superintendent of the Davis Joint Unified School District (DJUSD). On Wednesday of last week, without naming the finalist, the...

Women’s Caucus Attacks Senate Candidate Dodd on Leadership Claim

May 31, 2016
Women’s Caucus Attacks Senate Candidate Dodd on Leadership Claim

We are a week away from the election and the battle over the 3rd Senate District is heating up with the National Women’s Political Caucus of California issuing a statement late Monday that strongly condemned Senate candidate Bill Dodd’s claim to leadership for women’s rights in the race for Senate District 3 in the...

Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

May 30, 2016
Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

In 2010, Joe Krovoza, a relative newcomer to Davis politics, was able to win all but one precinct while spending less than $30,000.  He did this with a robust network of volunteers who were able to canvass the city.  Since then, winning candidates have been able to get the word out and win for...

Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

May 30, 2016
Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

In 2010, Joe Krovoza, a relative newcomer to Davis politics, was able to win all but one precinct while spending less than $30,000.  He did this with a robust network of volunteers who were able to canvass the city.  Since then, winning candidates have been able to get the word out and win for...

Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

May 30, 2016
Monday Morning Commentary: Campaign Spending Overkill by Measure A Campaign

In 2010, Joe Krovoza, a relative newcomer to Davis politics, was able to win all but one precinct while spending less than $30,000.  He did this with a robust network of volunteers who were able to canvass the city.  Since then, winning candidates have been able to get the word out and win for...

Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

May 29, 2016
Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

The Yes on Measure A campaign has raised over $300,000 to date, according to a Form 460 filed this week for the period ending May 21.  While still a far cry from the more than $800,000 spent by Measure X ten years ago, it vastly outstrips the opposition, which has raised just under $19,000...

Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

May 29, 2016
Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

The Yes on Measure A campaign has raised over $300,000 to date, according to a Form 460 filed this week for the period ending May 21.  While still a far cry from the more than $800,000 spent by Measure X ten years ago, it vastly outstrips the opposition, which has raised just under $19,000...

Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

May 29, 2016
Yes on Measure A Has Huge Monetary Advantage

The Yes on Measure A campaign has raised over $300,000 to date, according to a Form 460 filed this week for the period ending May 21.  While still a far cry from the more than $800,000 spent by Measure X ten years ago, it vastly outstrips the opposition, which has raised just under $19,000...

My View: One Senator Able to Kill Police Transparency Bill

May 28, 2016
My View: One Senator Able to Kill Police Transparency Bill

It is ironic that a bill meant to promote police transparency was itself killed by a single Senator in a most non-transparent process.  Senator Ricardo Lara is the chair of the appropriations committee and he simply skilled over the bill, preventing it from being called – effectively killing the bill for the rest of...

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