• Discussion with Jim Brulte, Eric C. Bauman and Marisa Lagos

    With the 2018 election season heating up, the Sacramento Press Club welcomes the chairs of the California Democratic and Republican parties. KQED reporter Marisa Lagos will moderate a discussion with CRP Chair Jim Brulte and CDP Chair Eric Bauman about the candidates they’re fielding, the challengers they’re facing, the campaigns they’re preparing, and the future of both parties in the deep-blue state of California.

    Jim Brulte served 14 years in the Senate and Assembly, including time as Senate Republican Leader, before taking the helm as California Republican Party Chairman in March 2013. He has a national reputation as a dynamic leader and, prior to the election of Governor Schwarzenegger, was described as “arguably the most powerful elected Republican in California.”

    He was recently named one of the 100 most powerful people in Southern California by The Los Angeles Times and one of the top 50 most powerful political players in California by Capitol Weekly, which wrote “If anyone can engineer a Republican renaissance, it will be Brulte.” It’s a tall order, with the number of registered Republicans barely ahead of those who choose no party preference.

    Eric C. Bauman was elected chair of the California Democratic Party in May 2017, after serving as vice chair for eight years and serving seven terms as chair of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party. Under Bauman’s leadership, the LA County Democratic Party has received 18 Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants in categories as diverse as Social Media, Vote-by-Mail, Video, Direct Mail and Automated Calls. This year he is number 8 on Capitol Weekly’s Top 100.

    Bauman began his career as a registered nurse with graduate education in Health Care Administration. He spent many years in intensive care and trauma nursing before moving into hospital administration and founding a health care management consulting firm.

    Marisa Lagos reports on state politics for KQED’s California Politics and Government Desk, which uses radio, television and online mediums to explore the latest news in California’s Capitol and dig deeper into political influence in the Golden State. Marisa also appears on a weekly podcast analyzing the week’s political news.

    Before joining KQED, Marisa worked at the San Francisco Examiner and Los Angeles Times, and, most recently, for nine years at the San Francisco Chronicle where she covered San Francisco City Hall and state politics, focusing on the California legislature, governor, budget and criminal justice. Marisa has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Wednesday, November 1
    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
    Purchase deadline: RSVP deadline is Monday, October 30th at 5pm
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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    With the 2018 election season heating up, the Sacramento Press Club welcomes the chairs of the California Democratic and Republican parties. KQED reporter Marisa Lagos will moderate a discussion with CRP Chair Jim Brulte and CDP Chair Eric Bauman about the candidates they’re fielding, the challengers they’re facing, the campaigns they’re preparing, and the future of both parties in the deep-blue state of California.

    Jim Brulte served 14 years in the Senate and Assembly, including time as Senate Republican Leader, before taking the helm as California Republican Party Chairman in March 2013.  He has a national reputation as a dynamic leader and, prior to the election of Governor Schwarzenegger, was described as “arguably the most powerful elected Republican in California.”

    He was recently named one of the 100 most powerful people in Southern California by The Los Angeles Times and one of the top 50 most powerful political players in California by Capitol Weekly, which wrote “If anyone can engineer a Republican renaissance, it will be Brulte.” It’s a tall order, with the number of registered Republicans barely ahead of those who choose no party preference.

    Eric C. Bauman was elected chair of the California Democratic Party in May 2017, after serving as vice chair for eight years and serving seven terms as chair of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party. Under Bauman’s leadership, the LA County Democratic Party has received 18 Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants in categories as diverse as Social Media, Vote-by-Mail, Video, Direct Mail and Automated Calls. This year he is number 8 on Capitol Weekly's Top 100.

    Bauman began his career as a registered nurse with graduate education in Health Care Administration. He spent many years in intensive care and trauma nursing before moving into hospital administration and founding a health care management consulting firm.

    Marisa Lagos reports on state politics for KQED’s California Politics and Government Desk, which uses radio, television and online mediums to explore the latest news in California’s Capitol and dig deeper into political influence in the Golden State. Marisa also appears on a weekly podcast analyzing the week’s political news.

    Before joining KQED, Marisa worked at the San Francisco Examiner and Los Angeles Times, and, most recently, for nine years at the San Francisco Chronicle where she covered San Francisco City Hall and state politics, focusing on the California legislature, governor, budget and criminal justice. Marisa has a bachelor's degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

    November 1st, 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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  • Conversation with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and The Sacramento Bee’s Amy Chance

    On October 10th, the Sacramento Press Club held a conversation with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Sacramento Bee Political Editor Amy Chance.

    Eric Garcetti won his second term as the 42nd mayor of Los Angeles in March 2017. He just landed the 2028 Olympics for Los Angeles, with plans to use the Olympics to boost the city’s economy and infrastructure. He’s focused on protecting the city’s sanctuary status in opposition to the Trump Administration’s efforts to withhold funds, and is working to speed housing construction and address homelessness. Garcetti also has garnered attention for his record-setting, behested payments from individuals and businesses to a charity he created. And what about that trip to New Hampshire in August to support a mayoral candidate in Manchester?

    Garcetti served as a member and president of the Los Angeles City Council from 2001 to 2012 before he was first elected mayor. He was raised in the San Fernando Valley and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Columbia University. He is also a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserve.

    Amy Chance, political editor for The Sacramento Bee, has covered California politics and government for more than 25 years. She supervises a staff of reporters and editors who cover the state Legislature, the Brown Administration, ballot measures and state political campaigns. Chance joined The Bee as its City Hall reporter in 1984, moving two years later to the Capitol Bureau to cover the second term of Gov. George Deukmejian. Since then, she has reported on most of the state’s major political figures, from U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. She currently oversees Capitol coverage across multiple platforms, including the popular Capitol Alert blog.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Tuesday, October 10
    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
    Purchase deadline: The online RSVP deadline has passed. Entrance may be purchased at the door.
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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  • Retired U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer conversation with the LA Times’ Melanie Mason- September 27th

    Retired U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer joined the Sacramento Press Club in a conversation with Los Angeles Times Reporter Melanie Mason at the Sept. 27, 2017 luncheon.

    Boxer retired from the U.S. Senate in January 2017 after serving 24 years in the upper house and 10 years in the House of Representatives. Before serving in Congress, Boxer spent six years on the Marin County Board of Supervisors.

    Throughout her service, Boxer has advocated for families, children, consumers and the environment. She chaired the Environment and Public Works Committee, served as a senior member of the Foreign Relations Committee, and served as the top Democrat on the Senate Ethics Committee.

    Boxer wrote landmark legislation establishing federal funding for afterschool programs. She also worked to fund anti-gang programs, pass the Violence Against Women Law (VAWA), and the Community Policy “COPS” Program. Her bill to prevent the criminal use of personal information obtained through motor vehicle records was signed into law and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. In the Senate, she fought back against repeated attacks on women’s health and a woman’s right to privacy.

    Since retiring from the Senate, Senator Boxer has been volunteering for the political action committee she founded, PAC for a Change, raising awareness about the importance of voting in every election and helping candidates make life better for the people that they serve.

    An author of several books, Boxer’s message in her latest book, The Art of Tough, is the need for each of us to be unafraid to fight for positive change in our communities and in our nation.

    Melanie Mason covers state government and politics in Sacramento. She first began working for the Los Angeles Times in 2011 in Washington, D.C., where she covered money and politics during the 2012 presidential campaign. She is originally from Los Angeles and is a graduate of Georgetown University and the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Wednesday, September 27
    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
    Purchase deadline: Online purchases have closed. Entrance may be purchased at the door.
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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  • SF Giants President and CEO Larry Baer with the Sac Bee’s Marcos Breton- August 29th

    San Francisco Giants President and Chief Executive Officer Larry Baer joined the Sacramento Press Club’s at the August 29 luncheon for a conversation with Sacramento Bee Columnist Marcos Breton about the art and business of baseball. Baer, a fourth generation San Franciscan, has been responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Giants organization since 2008. He started with the Giants as marketing director in 1980 after earning Phi Beta Kappa honors at the University of California. Baer left the organization for a few years to attend Harvard Business School at work at Westinghouse Broadcasting and CBS Inc., but returned in 1992. He guides both the business and baseball sides of the team. When he’s not at the ball park he serves on several local boards of directors including KQED, the Bay Area Council, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Pacific Region. Baer is also chairman of Major League Baseball’s Long-Range Strategic Planning Committee.

    Marcos Breton is a news columnist with the Sacramento Bee. He has been a working journalist in California for 30 years and is a graduate of San Jose State University. Starting out as a general assignment reporter, Breton was a sports columnist before returning to news in 2007. He is a voter for the Baseball Hall of Fame and the author of two baseball books. Breton is a past Alicia Patterson Foundation fellow and was featured prominently in The Tenth Inning, a 2010 PBS documentary directed by Ken Burns.

    About the lunch:
    Date: Tuesday, August 29
    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
    Purchase deadline: Friday, August 25 at 5pm
    Cost: $29 members/$40 non-members

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