Thursday, December 1, 2022

Longtime Capitol Journalists Comment on California Political Winds

CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg (left) moderates a wide-ranging and lively chat on the political challenges facing California with John Myers (center), Sacramento bureau chief of the Los Angeles Times, and John Diaz, editorial page editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Subjects at the CalChamber Board dinner session on December 7 included the difficulties of appealing to a millennial audience (for both newspapers and candidates), the campaign for California Governor, the Trump presidency, and the legacy of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.
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