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League’s California Civic Leadership Institute Graduates Fare Well in June Primary

June 8, 2012

Graduates of the League’s California Civic Leadership Institute (CCLI) fared well during the recent June 5 primary election. The League commends these individuals who aspire to serve in the Legislature. Candidates who come from local government backgrounds truly understand the state/local dynamic.

 

In addition to the CCLI alumni, approximately 20 other local government candidates made it through the primary election and all have been invited to a Post-Primary Networking Social on Tuesday, June 12 at The Mix in Sacramento from 5 – 7 p.m. 

The Post-Primary Networking Social is a great opportunity for local government candidates to network with CCLI alumni serving in the Legislature including Assembly Members Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills), Fiona Ma (D-San Francisco), Anthony Portantino (D-Pasadena), and Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) and also network with League Partners.

The League congratulates the CCLI alumni who were successful in the primary:

  • Richard Bloom, mayor, Santa Monica, AD 50
  • Rob Bonta, vice mayor, Alameda, AD 18
  • Rick Bosetti, council member, Redding, AD 1
  • Ken Cooley, council member, Rancho Cordova, AD 8
  • Jim Frazier, mayor, Oakley, AD 11
  • Mike Hudson, vice mayor, Suisun City, AD 11
  • Marc Levine, council member, San Rafael, AD 10
  • Christopher Mateo, council member, Lathrop, AD 12
  • Kevin Mullin, mayor, South San Francisco, AD 22
  • Mark Orozco, board trustee, Beaumont USD, AD 42
  • Rudy Salas, council member, Bakersfield, AD 32
  • Bob Whalen, council member, Clovis, AD 23

For questions regarding CCLI or the Post-Primary Networking Social, please contact Sam Caygill at (916) 658-8204.



 
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