Saturday, February 4, 2023

CalChamber Public Affairs Conference Gives New Legislators Chance to Tell Their Stories

First-time legislators have an opportunity to recount their journeys to office in a panel discussion on November 29, the first day of the CalChamber Public Affairs Conference.

Ben Golombek, Assemblymember-Elect Josh Lowentha; Assemblymember Tina McKinnor; Assemblymember-Elect Avelino Valencia; Assemblymember-Elect Damon Connolly
From left above are moderator Ben Golombek, CalChamber executive vice president and chief of staff for policy; Assemblymember-Elect Josh Lowenthal (D-Long Beach); Assemblymember Tina McKinnor (D-Inglewood); Assemblymember-Elect Avelino Valencia (D-Anaheim); Assemblymember-Elect Damon Connolly (D-San Rafael).

Assemblymember-Elect Diane Dixon
Assemblymember-Elect Diane Dixon (R-Newport Beach) also was on the panel. More photos to come in the next edition of Alert. Photos by Matt Lara
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