was a Independent candidate
for District 28
of the Arizona State Senate
. The primary election
was on August 24, 2010, and the general election was on November 2, 2010
Ewoldt is a Navy veteran and a former engineer. He currently works as a practitioner and researcher of ecopsychology and systems science. He is co-founder and Executive Director of Tucson non-profit Natural Systems Solutions as well.
Ewoldt's campaign website listed the following issues:
- Excerpt: "We're running out and don't have a 100 year assured supply to support further growth. ADD (Acquisition, Development, and Delivery of Water) is a growth lobby fantasy."
- Excerpt: "Growth beyond a known point doesn't pay for itself but rather increases debt. The suburban sprawl model increases local budgets while decreasing delivered services. Constant economic growth, as the only measure of success, exploits people and degrades the natural world."
- Excerpt: "Arizona is last in the nation in the amount of funding provided for education. We are not properly funding or supporting an educational system that prepares our children for a swiftly changing world."
- Excerpt: "Understanding the cause of the problem is the first step in crafting realistic responses. We can't just simplistically explain away the ravages of corporate globalization by scapegoating."
- Excerpt: "The first step in creating a sustainable future is building a foundation where everyone knows exactly what the groundrules are and trusts that they will be applied equally and equitably"
- See also: Arizona State Senate elections, 2010
Ewoldt was defeated by incumbent Paula Aboud (D) in the November 2 general election.
| Arizona State Senate, District 28 General Election (2010)
| Paula Aboud (D)
| Greg Krino (R)
| Ted Downing (I)
| Dave Ewoldt (I)