Life without internet in Yolo County

By Don Saylor and Cecilia Aguiar-Curry | Source Access to high-speed Internet (broadband) is no longer a luxury. It is a basic necessity in both rural and urban settings to support our community members with their education, access to health care and economic...

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Delaine Eastin Endorses Cecilia Aguiar-Curry for Assembly

By Vanguard Administrator | Source The State Assembly Race is starting to heat up. On Monday, the Cecilia Aguiar-Curry announced it has received the endorsement of former California Superintendent of Public Instruction Delaine Eastin in the competitive primary for the...

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Construction to begin this week on PG&E training facility

By Sarah Dowling | Source Despite stormy weather, hundreds gathered at an empty field in Winters, imagining what it will become in little more than a year. With a few shovelfuls of earth, the Monday groundbreaking ceremony ushered in the beginning of construction on a...

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Winters Mayor Enters Crowded Assembly Race

By Democrat staff | Source Winters Mayor Cecilia Aguiar-Curry has entered into the race for the open 4th District Assembly seat created by Bill Dodd’s run for Senate. Also seeking the post are Democrats Davis Mayor Dan Wolk and Yolo Supervisor Don Saylor; as well as...

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Mayor Runs for Assembly

By Debra DeAngelo | Winters Express | Volume 132, #34 The real question about Cecila Aguiar-Curry’s run for a state assembly seat is: How did she ever find the time to do it? A glance at her appointment book shows very little white space, and the list of regional...

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Winters Mayor Enters Assembly race

By Anne Ternus-Bellamy | Source The race to fill the state Assembly seat being vacated by Bill Dodd has gotten a little more crowded. Winters Mayor Cecilia Aguiar-Curry has announced that she will seek the 4th District Assembly seat, joining a field that already...

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I am gratified and overwhelmed by the supporters across District 4 that came out to vote for me for Assembly on June 7th.

I want to thank them and the many volunteers and individual donors who helped make our campaign possible.

And I want to congratulate all my opponents on a very hard-fought campaign. After November, regardless of the outcome, I hope we can all work together to improve the lives of the residents of the sprawling, six-county, Assembly District 4.