The CVUSD school board's unanimous vote to censure trustee Mike Dunn, after he threatened the employer of a blogger who criticized him, shifted the debate heading into the 2018 campaign. Indivisible: Conejo helped lead the protests against Dunn, and on March 4 we'll host a forum for the candidates to replace him and his enabler John Andersen. There's also a calendar full of upcoming canvassing opportunities and community events!
Tensions boiled over this week surrounding the Conejo Valley USD school board -- and right-wing extremist Mike Dunn, in particular -- after he threatened a critic's employer. Next week's school board meeting will be a venue for protesting his unethical and dangerous behavior - and Indivisible: Conejo will be in the middle of those protests. Meanwhile, our Early Retirement Party for Rep. Steve Knight was a great success, and efforts to oust Rep. David Valadao in CA-21 got off to a fine start.
As we get ready for the Women's March & Ventura County Rising on Saturday 1/20, we're also excited about our Early Retirement Party for Rep. Steve Knight, coming up on the 27th -- and for the Postcard Parties that will help us send him off in style! There's also a civil-disobedience campaign afoot, as parents across the Conejo Valley reject the new CVUSD opt-in policy. Read all about it!