Daniela Pavone

For Santa Rosa City Council

7th District

What a time to be running for an elected office! This is a year when the world is braced and collectively holding its breath. Between the pandemic, economic collapse, political upheavals, crop shortages, toilet paper shortages, racial divides, joblessness and homelessness in staggering numbers, we need everyone to become politically active, so we can work together for the better tomorrow that I know will come.

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Vision, Issues, & Values

As an attorney, I’ve built a reputation as a strong negotiator who fights hard for the best interests of my clients. I understand that tackling any complex issue or disagreement requires nuanced and varying degrees of compassion and tough-love, and the ability to comprehend issues with speed and efficiency. I plan on using my skills and knowledge to help guide our city towards recovery and prosperity.

Santa Rosa is home. My children’s preschool, my work office, and my home are all in the 7th district. While aware of some issues that are unique to the 7th, I am looking forward to hearing the concerns of its other residents, so we might tackle these issues together. We are stronger when united.

I don’t have all the answers, and I don’t pretend to be able to do this alone. With your support I will do everything in my ability to represent the interests of all in Santa Rosa, particularly those who reside and work in its 7th District.

Homelessness: According to a Point-In-Time homeless count, as of June 2019, there were 2,951 homeless people in this county. A 3% drop from 2,996 in 2018. While the homeless population grew 4% from 2017 to 2019, it is 35% lower than in 2011. This, despite multiple wildfires. That’s because over the past two years, the County has been able to house 3,100 people.

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Public Pension System: In the early 1900s, the concept of “retirement” was unknown to most. People essentially worked until they no longer could, due to illness, enfeeblement or death. In the first half of that century, retirement plans and public pensions began to surface as a light at the end of the tunnel. They provided a means to give workers a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Economic Recovery: We need to draw more people to our downtown businesses by taking steps to support those businesses, especially during these truly unique and challenging times. Helping our homeless population is a big step towards accomplishing that. With that will come the public feeling safer using the public parking structures. We also need to promote small business creation throughout the City. We can encourage new, green jobs to come to the area by showing that we, as a city, support businesses trying to survive.

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Please support Daniela with a donation of up to $500, so she may have a chance to do her part to help guide us towards a better tomorrow. Any amount, even as small as $5, would be helpful and greatly appreciated.

The Leadership Our City Needs Right Now

Daniela Pavone with the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors

Daniela Pavone with the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors

About Daniela

Daniela Pavone was born at the US military hospital in Weisbaden, Germany and grew up in the beach communities of Los Angeles.

She left home for college, graduating with a B.A. in Business Administration and Marketing, and with a minor in Psychology, from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, where she worked in marketing for the Tacoma Rainiers AAA baseball team. Ready for the big-league, she moved back to Southern California.

There, she worked in television production for Warner Bros. TV, and spent the next five years in television development—matching writers with ideas, working to develop those projects into marketable ones to pitch to various networks and then ushering the final product to the small screen. While this gave her a taste of Hollywood and some fantastic stories to share with friends later on, Daniela wanted something else in life; she felt that she wasn’t giving back enough.

In 2004, Daniela moved to Orange County and attended Chapman University School of Law in the City of Orange, graduating in 2007 with an emphasis in environmental, land use, and real estate law. For three years during and after law school, she worked as a law clerk and then associate attorney at the maritime firm of Herrick Nikas LLP, in Newport Beach, Ca. She was admitted to the California State Bar in 2007.

In 2008, Daniela was thinking long-term. She wanted to find a place she would be happy to settle in and raise a family. She convinced her longtime boyfriend to pack up all his things and move north with her, closer to her parents, in beautiful Santa Rosa, Ca.

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Daniela believes in Rebuilding Together. We have a lot of work to do to bring our beautiful city to its full potential. Join us in our rebuilding today.

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News & Updates 

Surviving Today’s Challenges

Surviving Today’s Challenges

I had thought parenting during COVID-19 was stretching our mental health and patience to the limit. Then the fires hit. At least with COVID-19 we could mask up and go for walks as a family. My husband and son would take runs around the area and we would all take bike...

Daniela Pavone for Santa Rosa City Council 7th District

Daniela Pavone for Santa Rosa City Council 7th District

Daniela Pavone for Santa Rosa City Council's 7th District. As an attorney, I’ve built a reputation as a strong negotiator who fights hard for the best interests of my clients. I understand that tackling any complex issue or disagreement requires nuanced and varying...