UPDATED:The folloing is how each new appointee voted on the resolution to let the full Democratic Committee decide Bradley's fate. Mind you these are the same group of people that claim to want everyone involved in the process.
Here is the full list of appointments that Parete has made to stack the deck to allow Vincent Bradley Jr., to run in a primary. Of Course, he denies this, but take a look at the list. Every person on there that I know, is a Bradley supporter.
Standing Committees and Chairs:
Legal: Joe O’Connor, Abstained
Finance: Eli Basch, No
Candidates: Bonnie Landi, No
Issues: Vince Fisher, No
Voter Registration: Kathy Mihm, No
Program: Charles Landi, No
UCD Women’s Club: Julie McQuain, Yes
Special Committees and Chairs:
Business Outreach & Development Issues: Abel Garraghan, No
Labor Outreach & Issues (trades; other labor): Keith Baxter, No
Labor Outreach and Issues Committee (civil service): Jeannette Provenanzo, No
African American Outreach & Issues: Kevin Bryant, No
GLBT Outreach & Issues: Otia Lee, No
UC Young Democrats: Jay Mahler, No
District 1: Elliott Auerbach, No
District 3: Nancy Schuckman, No
District 6: James Sottile, No
District 9: Chris Mercier, No
District 11: Sandy Avampato, No
District 12: Brian Seche, No
17 No's , with two people Abstaining...tell me again, Mr. Parete did not try to stack the deck. Only one person voted in favor. Only one! Also, keep in mind the final vote was 26-20. Which means 17 out of the 20 that voted against the resolution came from new appointments.
The other two that voted against the full committee vote were Dep. Elections Commissioner Stuart Fraiser, a close Parete confidant, and Robert Golnick, the chair of Bradley's hometown committee.
In an earlier post I wrote that Mrs. McQuian had abstained from voting on sending the vote to the full committee. This was a mistake Mrs. McQuian voted Yes, my sincere apologies.