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E-118 - Wednesday, November 6, 2019, presented by SYASLPartners
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- Then There's California (Senate Democratic Caucus): Senator Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) on the vaccinations debate (2019-11-06)
- SacTownTalks by The Nooner (Gibran Maciel and Scott Lay): CalMatters reporter Laurel Rosenhall on media changes, electricity (2019-11-04) [YouTube | Simplecast | iTunes]
- Cap●Impact (McGeorge School of Law): Chris Micheli on the shortcomings of the California Administrative Procedure Act (2019-11-02) [transcript]
- Political Breakdown (Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos @ KQED): CA25 and Stanford professor Michael Ware on wildfires and electricity (2019-11-01)
- Look West (Assembly Democratic Caucus): "Celebrating 100 years of Women's Right to Vote" (2019-11-01) [Apple Podcasts | Spotify]
- SacTownTalks by The Nooner (Gibran Maciel and Scott Lay): Russell Lowery on California's electrical system, as well as his time as a top GOP legislative staffer, lobbyist for PG&E, association management, and now running his own firm to help clients tell their message and affect public policy. (2019-10-30) [YouTube | Simplecast | iTunes]
- Gimme Shelter (CalMatters's Matt Levin and LAT's Liam Dillon): Opposites Beverly Hills mayor John Mirisch and Senator Scott Wiener on solving California's housing crisis (2019-10-30)
- This is California: The Battle of 187 (Gustavo Arellano @ LAT and Futuro Studios): A podcast series on the 25th anniversary of Proposition 187
- SD28 (Temecula-Coachella-Blythe): added realtor Steve Manos (R) - open seat - special election Stone (R)
- AD37 (Santa Barbara): added attorney Steve Blum (D) - open seat - Limón (D) running for SD19
IN TODAY'S NOONER:
¡Buenos dias! Yes, the awards have been postponed yet another day. Scheduling pods is not easy and neither is getting headshots of nominees! Anyway, we should have two great pods tomorrow!
I'll write the code for the SD28 special as soon as Gavin calls the special. Candidates also can't open a committee or file a statement of intent until the special is declared.
Meanwhile, California Democrats have a message for presidential candidates blowing off the bilingual presidential forum on November 16, and it's very much NSFW. Are you effing serious, Biden and Warren?
To be honest, I don't have a candidate yet and most of you know that I'll be voting for a Dem nominee. I have swag from Kamala, Pete, and Cory. Kamala will be saved for 2022 re-elect, and the others are just cool political memorabilia ("BOOT BOOT EDGE" and "We Rise").
Please, and I have emailed you, if you were a nominee, send me a head shot. If you don't, it's all about me and post-shower dancing.
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Veterans Liaison & Constituent Services Representative (San Bernardino)
The Office of Rep. Pete Aguilar (CA-31) is seeking candidates for the Veterans Liaison & Constituent Services Representative position in our San Bernardino, CA District Office. The individual serving in this position is responsible for managing VA casework, spearheading programs and projects to support the large veteran population in the district and serving as a field representative to several cities in the district.
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California Attorney General’s Office; Legislative Policy Advocate
The Attorney General's Office is seeking a Legislative Policy Advocate to join the Office of Legislative Affairs team. This individual will serve as a high-level principal policy advisor to the Attorney General and Chief Deputy in the development and advocacy for new legislation, specifically in the area of healthcare as well as other issue areas as assigned. This job can be viewed here.
Applications must be submitted for this job opportunity by 11/15/2019.
Capitol Seminars December 2019 Sessions
One of the MOST IMPORTANT DATES on a lobbyist's calendar is the day the Legislature reconvenes; in the present case January 6, 2020.
Because each step of the legislative process can be “make or break”, Capitol Seminars offers our final sessions of the year in December to address the complexities of a bill’s journey with specific focus on helping you prepare for the unknown moving forward, finish and optimize unfinished business, and analyze and learn from what has already occurred.
Our December 5-6 sessions conducted by 44-year Capitol veteran Ray LeBov, have already reached 75% capacity.
If this MOST IMPORTANT DATE resonates with you, REGISTER HERE or call Ray with questions (916) 442-5009.
SEIU-UHW – Government Relations Advocate/Organizer (Sacramento, CA)
The Government Relations Organizer in the Political Department reports to the Assistant Director for Government Relations and is responsible for a broad range of program objectives to advance SEIU-UHW’s strategic goals through legislative advocacy, coalition building, and regulatory advocacy.
SEIU-UHW offers a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and a generous benefit package. For more information on the position and to apply please visit our candidate portal at seiuunitedhealthcareworkers.appone.com
Account Supervisor/Director (Los Angeles) – Fiona Hutton and Associates
Fiona Hutton & Associates is looking for a highly-driven communications pro to join our Los Angeles-based agency as an Account Supervisor or Director (depending on experience).
The position requires a minimum 5-7 years of experience in public affairs, public relations or politics, with agency experience required. Responsible for managing integrated communications and advocacy programs, creative content, media relations & coalitions. Will oversee operational performance of accounts, serve as day-to-day contact with clients and mentor junior staff.
For full qualifications and responsibilities, read the job description at www.fionahuttonassoc.com/careers/account-supervisor-director/.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receptionist Position Open - Office of Senator MonningSenator Monning is accepting applications for a receptionist in his Capitol Office.
The ideal candidate will be able to work in a fast-paced, professional environment; be self- motivated to work as part of a team on behalf of Senator Monning; and be able to work extended hours when necessary. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, answering office telephones; greeting visitors; providing basic legislative information; managing mail, office supplies and equipment; using the LCMS system; and tracking and managing FPPC reports for the Senator. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Senator Monning at: Senator.email@example.com
with the subject line: Attn: Chief of Staff.
Paid Internship with Meridian Pacific, Inc.
Internship re: campaigns for Republican candidates, statewide initiatives and issue advocacy. At Meridian Pacific, Inc. we have diverse opportunities for the interns that work with us. This internship has the opportunity to work with Republican candidates, statewide initiatives, issue advocacy, local and statewide ballot measures, grassroots activation, public affairs campaigns, political campaigns for local, state and federal candidates, as well as event planning.
Interns will write press releases and other materials, assist with mailings and print production, complete research projects, perform data entry, learn the basics of office functions, work on surveys, compile contact lists, attend/work political functions, etc.
Applicants who have previously held a job/internship and exemplify strong writing, research and communication skills, preferred. Compensation is $12.00 per hour. The days for this position are Tuesday and Thursday plus an additional day during the week. Email cover letter & resume to: Justin@meridianhq.com.
The McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific
The McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, offers the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and the Master of Public Policy (MPP) degrees to both full-time students and those earning a professional degree while working. Our focus on the interconnections of law, policy, management, and leadership provides unique competencies for your success. Students gain a foundation in statutory interpretation and regulatory processes critical to governance. Learn at a beautiful campus three miles from the State Capitol: go.mcgeorge.edu/publicpolicy or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political Data Inc.
For 30 Years PDI has been California’s premier data vendor. Now, you can get live online trainings on the newest PDI software every week: