Events

CHIPAC – An Evening with Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra and Candidate Jacqui Irwin

Join us for a Sacramento River Cats Game with Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra & City Council Member Jacqui Irwin (Candidate for Assembly District 44)

August 18th, 2014
7:00pm

Raley Field
400 Ballpark Dr
West Sacramento CA

Suggested Contribution: $1,500

Please make checks payable to:
Bocanegra for Assembly 2014, I.D. #1354450
1787 Tribute Rd, Suite K
Sacramento, CA 95815

Jacqui Irwin for State Assembly 2014, I.D. # 1362508
2033 Euclid Circle
Camarillo, CA 93010

About Assemblymember Bocanegra

Assemblymember Bocanegra represents California’s 39th Assembly District, which includes the greater areas of San Fernando, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, Sun Valley, and Los Angeles. He is currently the Chair of Revenue and Taxation and a member of Appropriations, Business, Professions and Consumer Protection,  Elections and Redistricting, and Water, Parks, and Wildlife. He is also considered one of the leading voices for the moderate Democrats in Sacramento. For more information about Asm. Bocanegra go to: http://asmdc.org/members/a39/about/biography

About Candidate Jacqui Irwin

Jacqui Irwin is the Democratic candidate for Assembly District 44 which encompasses LA County and Ventura County. She has served two terms as mayor of Thousand Oaks and is now a very involved city councilmember. She has actively served on several boards and was recognized as the Woman of the Year for the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. Prior to her work in public service, Jacqui was an engineer at the Johns Hopkins University spearheading the Trident Missile Project. She is a top priority for the moderate Democrats. We believe she will be a great asset to our industry.  For more information about City Councilmember Irwin go to: http://www.jacquiirwin.com/about/

To RSVP for this event, please contact Alex Hlavna, CHI’s state government affairs associate at (916) 233-3497 or Hlavna@chi.org.

Contributions to this committee are not tax deductible. Contributions are limited to $4,100 per donor ($8,200 per small contributor committee) per election. Individual, business, corporate and PAC contributions are permissible.