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    The Press Secretary – February 27

    President Trump’s controversial press secretary Sean Spicer is redefining the role of a press secretary — and being spoofed on Saturday Night Live in the process. Five former California gubernatorial press spokespersons will share their war stories, advice and thoughts on their roles and their relationships with the media.

    Our panelists are:
    Gil Duran, Press Secretary to Gov. Jerry Brown
    Margita Thompson, Press Secretary to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Steve Maviglio, Press Secretary to Gov. Gray Davis
    Kevin Eckery, Press Secretary to Gov. Pete Wilson
    Rob Stutzman, Communications Director Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to Attorney General Dan Lungren

    About the lunch:
    Date: Monday, February 27, 2017
    Time: 11:30 registration opens, lunch 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Where: State Building & Construction Trades Council at 1231 I St, Suite 302
    RSVP deadline: Friday, February 24, 2017 at 5pm
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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    President Trump’s controversial press secretary Sean Spicer is redefining the role of a press secretary -- and being spoofed on Saturday Night Live in the process. Five former California gubernatorial press spokespersons will share their war stories, advice and thoughts on their roles and their relationships with the media.
     
    Our panelists are:
    Gil Duran, Press Secretary to Gov. Jerry Brown
    Margita Thompson, Press Secretary to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Steve Maviglio, Press Secretary to Gov. Gray Davis
    Kevin Eckery, Press Secretary to Gov. Pete Wilson
    Rob Stutzman, Communications Director Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to Attorney General Dan Lungren

    February 27th, 2017 11:30 AM   through   1:00 PM
    1231 I Street
    State Building and Construction Trades Council Conference Center
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    United States
    Non-Member Lunch $ 40.00

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    Request for Proposal

    The Sacramento Press Club (SPC) is seeking proposals for association management services to support day-to-day operations, membership coordination and special projects in coordination with the SPC Board of Directors. To view the complete Request for Proposal, click on the following link…
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    2017 Legislative Reception- Tuesday, January 17th

    The Sacramento Press Club and The Capitol Correspondents Association of California held the 2017 Legislative Reception.

    Where/When:
    Second Floor Rotunda
    State Capitol Building
    Tuesday, January 17
    5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

    Co-sponsors:
    Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon
    Assembly Republican Leader Chad Mayes
    Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de Leon
    Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller

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    SPC Holiday Mixer @ Brasserie Capitale

    Thank you for celebrating the season with the Sacramento Press Club! Two SPC members with war stories from the campaign trail, Chris Megerian and Melanie Mason with the Los Angeles Times, were there to chat informally about covering the presidential candidates.

    When: Thursday, December 15, 2016, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
    Where: Brasserie Capitale, 1201 K Street Suite 100
    Hosted appetizers, no-host bar
    Cost: $10 suggested donation to the SPC Scholarship Fund
    No RSVP necessary

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    Sacramento Mayor-Elect Darrell Steinberg

    Darrell Steinberg will be sworn in as the mayor of Sacramento Dec. 13 while the city celebrates major milestones and struggles with ongoing problems. The Golden 1 Center is open for business and may be delivering so far on its promise of entertainment and economic activity downtown. The farm-to-fork movement continues to build, and development in the railyards is finally picking up the pace. But the mood of the Sacramento electorate isn’t all positive. Voters rejected two local ballot measures on Nov. 8 that Steinberg backed: a sales tax increase to fund transportation projects and a parcel tax to pay for school services. At the same time, voters approved a measure to have an independent commission draw district boundaries for city council elections. Sacramento leaders continues to grapple with a significant homeless population as they try to finance expansion and renovations at the convention center and Community Center Theater, among other challenges. What does Steinberg see as his mandate, and how will he apply his experience and skills from his time in the Legislature to governing Sacramento? Join the Sacramento Press Club Dec. 7 as we welcome former California Senate President Pro Tempore and current Sacramento Mayor-Elect Darrell Steinberg as our luncheon speaker.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Wednesday, December 7th
    Time: 11:30 registration opens, lunch 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Where: State Building & Construction Trades Council at 1231 I St, Suite 302
    RSVP deadline: Online registration has closed, but entrance can be purchased at the door.
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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    Post-Election Breakdown with Mark & Mark

    It’s a Sacramento Press Club tradition and the hottest ticket in town: The Sacramento Press Club welcomed Mark DiCamillo of the Field Poll and Mark Baldassare of the Public Policy Institute of California as they discussed one of the most fascinating elections in recent memory. In addition to the much-discussed presidential race, California voters were weighing a massive slate of hot-button ballot initiatives and competitive congressional and legislative races. Mark and Mark discussed what factors were in play in California this November, whether the presidential race played any role in California’s contested down-ticket races, and how the pollsters did at predicting the eventual outcome.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Wednesday, November 16th
    Time: 11:30 registration opens, lunch 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Where: State Building & Construction Trades Council at 1231 I St, Suite 302
    RSVP deadline: The RSVP deadline has passed. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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