Candidates for SC City Council, Seat 3 (Vote for 1)
The candidates are: Dr. Mohammed Nadeem and Debi Davis
Ballot designations and ballot statements are from the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, as submited by the candidates.
Warning: There is substantial political action committee spending (mailers, ads, robocalls) for Marsalli, Davis, Mlnarik, and Gillmor from the South Bay Labor Council (Davis and Mlnarik), Police Officers PAC (Davis and Marsalli), Chamber (Marsalli), and 49ers stadium contractors (Davis, Mlnarik, Marsalli, and Gillmor).
Nadeem and O'Neill have received 1 mailer each from the Santa Clara Chamber PAC and ads.
Dr. Mohammed Nadeem - Professor of Business
In 2010, Dr. Nadeem paid Santa Clara's resident cyberbully many thousands of dollars as a campaign consultant. Now, in 2012, after having been told by numerous Santa Clarans about the cyberbullying and harassment, he still lists Santa Clara's cyberbully as a campaign consultant. His Sept. 30, 2012 campaign finance report shows that he paid $2000 to the cyberbully who harasses SCPF members.
49ers Stadium Concern - Dr. Nadeem posted on his website that he did not support Santa Clara Plays Fair's petition drive to allow Santa Clarans a vote on the $950 million in stadium loans which were not disclosed on the 49ers stadium Measure J ballot.
" I say 'NO' to the referendum that seeks another vote
on the 49er stadium in Santa Clara.
Debi Davis - Small Business Owner
Spouse Employment Note: Ms. Davis's husband, as she notes in her ballot statement, is employed by the Santa Clara Police Department. Ms. Davis received $1000 ($500 each) from the Santa Clara Police Officers PAC and the SC Firefighters PAC. She has received numerous large donations from construction-related companies that are not located in Santa Clara.
49ers Stadium Concern - Ms. Davis spoke before the RDA Oversight Board on July 9, 2012, stating that the $30 million in disputed RDA property tax money should go to the 49ers. Here's the link. She speaks at about 1 hour and 9 minutes into the meeting.
Cyberbullying Concern - Ms. Davis's campaign manager owns and administers a website that is
cyberbullying a school board candidate. A 'whois' domain name search showed that Ms. Davis's
campaign manager owns that site.