Passion, Education, Community
Working together makes the community better


Rios for City Council


Beginning List of Supporters

Nancy kohn hsieh, president, san mateo-foster city elementary school district board

mike martin, former mayor of winters and solano community college district, trustee

Anthony "tony" perez, elk grove unified school district, school board trustee

refugio rochin, professor emeritus,uc davis

Jorge a. santana, professor emeritus, sacramento state university

francisco rodriguez, chancellor, los angeles community college district

clara artiaga

amrullah barikzi

Lorraine beaman

sam blanco iii

Alejandra flores

joaquin galvan

jesus garcia

Chelsea li

juanita lupercio

nora nava

sara reyes

maria Guadalupe rios

monica torres

Kelly twibell sanchez

Jorge salas

porfirio rodriguez


Quotes from Luis Rios, Jr.

The Education Candidate for City Council


By bridging the Davis City Council with the Davis Joint Unified School District and the Davis School Board Trustees, Davis can begin planning for a high quality community that will match the quality public schools in Davis.
— Luis Rios, Jr.

With smart planning and redevelopment of existing empty buildings and aging property, Davis will be better prepared to sustain economic growth and support local businesses for the future.
— Luis Rios, Jr.

Many families are living in Davis to raise a family while paying high mortgages or rents. Many residents are paying rent increases every year. Davis needs to implement a rent stabilization policy to ensure its citizens can afford to live an adequate quality of life, without worrying about high rents.
— Luis Rios, Jr.

We need to work in partnership on building-community for all Davis residents, including students, seniors, retirees, parents with children and future families wanting to raise a family in Davis. All citizens must be included regardless of economic status, religious beliefs, skin color or gender.
— Luis Rios, Jr.

There is a sense of urgency to fully address on meeting the needs of people in need of services (PINS) like medical, social, treatments, shelter, or food services.
— Luis Rios, Jr.