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2019 Public Affairs Conference

Governor’s Top Aides Review First Year

Photos by Matt Lara

Ann O’Leary (center), chief of staff to Governor Gavin Newsom, Ana Matosantos, the Governor’s Cabinet secretary, and moderator CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg review the Governor’s first legislative year in office at the CalChamber Public Affairs Conference on October 16.

Inside Look at Elections, Legislation, Consumer Privacy Act

Pollsters Adam Rosenblatt (left) and Robert Green of PSB Research open the 2019 CalChamber Public Affairs Conference on October 15 with a recap of the annual CalChamber survey of California voter attitudes. See story here.
A panel discussion on legislative and tax ballot measures on October 16, the second day of the 2019 CalChamber Public Affairs Conference, features (from left) moderator Jennifer Barrera, CalChamber; Senators Steve Glazer and Scott Wilk; and Assemblymembers Sharon Quirk-Silva, Kevin Kiley and Bill Brough.
CNN political analysts Mary Katharine Ham (left) and Jen Psaki join moderator Rob Stutzman, Stutzman Public Affairs, in a lunchtime look at the national political scene on October 16, the second day of the 2019 CalChamber Public Affairs Conference.
The closing session on the second day of the CalChamber Public Affairs Conference examines the California Consumer Privacy Act. From left are moderator Jennifer Barrera, CalChamber; Senator Andreas Borgeas; Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin; and Senator Brian Jones.

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