Colin is honored to have the endorsements* of many community leaders and members.
Former Davis Mayors
The national Sierra Club, a grassroots national organization with 3.8 million members that works to advance climate solutions and ensure that everyone has access to clean air, clean water, and a healthy environment, has endorsed Colin Walsh.
Roberta Millstein, Open Space and Habitat Commission Chair
Ezra Beeman, Finance and Budget Commission Member
Alan Pryor, Natural Resource Commission Member
Chad Fisk, Civic Arts Commission Member
Tracy DeWitt, Tree Commission Member
Pierre Neu, Winters City Council Member
Luke Foster, Dixon School Board Member
Stan Forbes, Former Davis City Council Member
Mike Harrington, Former Davis City Council Member
John Munn, Former Davis School Board Member
Josh Jones, Green Party Endorsed candidate for Governor in 2018
Dick Livingston, Former Davis Senior High School TeacherPam Gunnell, Former Planning Commissioner
Marilee Hanson, Former Planning Commissioner
Nancy Price, Former Planning Commissioner
Erin Gooch, Former Open Space and Habitat Commission Member
Greg House, Former Open Space and Habitat Commission Member
Greg McPherson, Former Tree Commission Member
Ted Parks, Former Tree Commission Member
Dean E. Vogel, Former California Teachers Association President
Martin Barnes, co-founder Davis Farmers Market
"The success of [Campaign to save Russell Fields], of which I was a member, was due in great part to the spirit of collaboration that Colin brought to it. This personal experience tells me that Colin will bring this same spirit of inclusive collaboration and problem solving to the City Council. Please join me in voting for Colin Walsh."
- Nancy Price, Former Planning Commissioner
"From serving on the Tree Commission to his past involvement with the Native Plant Society to his concern for the harm done to wildlife by rodenticides, Colin has shown he has a deep and abiding passion for both making our communities healthier and protecting our increasingly threatened natural world. I am also impressed by his compassion for animals, including his three rescue dogs, and the way he cultivates a love for nature and animals in his children. I enthusiastically endorse his candidacy for city council."
- Janet Krovoza
"Colin's policies are based in community outreach and common sense."
- Dan Urazandi, Owner of Bizarro World
"Colin is not afraid to swim against the stream."
- Heather Caswell, Owner of The Wardrobe
Michelle Uribarri Bailey
Steven H. Blum
Stephen J. Carter
Tracy Kay Gibson
Carey Ann Hunt
Michael J. Lewis
Nancy Adair McPherson
Pamela S. Nieberg
William K. Thomas
John A. Weeks
* partial list
"Colin is a staunch advocate for transparency, accountability, and responsible well planned growth."
- Pierre Neu, Winters City Council Member
"I am delighted to support Colin Walsh for City Council. He’s a kind, thoughtful and reflective person. Most important, Colin is an independent thinker. He’s balanced, informed, transparent and open in his thinking. Colin will seek to understand all sides of issues and then consider the path forward. "
Joe Krovoza, Former Davis Mayor
"Colin will stand up to the financial influences of developers who are trying to shape the city to their advantage. He will push for a new citizen based general plan that addresses: a stable economy, climate change, income and racial equality, connects bicycle paths, and preserves the character of our town."
Michael Corbett, Former Davis Mayor
"Colin is hardworking, honest, and principled. He will respect the right of citizens to be heard. A master of city planning detail, he will hold developers to all aspects of their agreements with the City."
Ken Wagstaff, Former Davis Mayor
"Colin has the judgment to honor our unique small town character while applying sound environmental planning principles. Colin won't blindly follow out-of-town boilerplate consultant reports and approve every developer application with only minor tweaks."
Sue Greenwald, Former Davis Mayor
"The city will be well served by Colin’s professional skills, his public outreach, and attention to details."
Bill Kopper, Former Davis Mayor