Voter Info Night at High Tech High International – Wednesday, May 30th

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in California, Civil Rights, Education, Election, Politics, San Diego

A “Voter Information Night” will be held by High Tech High International on Wednesday, May 30th from 6pm – 8pm.  High Tech High International is located at 2855 Farragut Road in Point Loma, within Liberty Station.

The non-partisan event will focus on educating the public about candidates who are competing for President, U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, State Assembly, State Senate, City Council, and San Diego Mayor on this upcoming June 5th Primary Election. It will also cover state and local propositions, with the bulk of the focus on California and San Diego-specific issues.

“Voter Information Night” is a student-researched and conducted event.  The public’s participation would greatly further support of the students’ goal of voter awareness and voter education for the June primaries/Presidential election.

They have – as of May 24th – 19 confirmed candidates attending the event:

Congressional District 50: Terri Linnell and David Secor

Congressional District 51: John Brooks, Denise Ducheny, and Michael Crimmins

Congressional District 52: John Stahl, Lori Saldaña, and Scott Peters

State Assembly District 77: Ruben “RJ” Hernandez and Dustin Steiner

State Assembly District 78: Ralph Denny

State Assembly District 79: Rudy Ramirez

CA State Senate Disctict 39: Marty Block (Staff), George Plescia, and Patrick Marsh

San Diego City Council District 1: Ray Ellis and Brian Pease

San Diego City Council District 7: Rik Hauptfeld

San Diego City Council District 9: Mateo Camarillo

San Diego Mayor: Nathan Fletcher (Staff), Bob Filner, and Bonnie Dumanis (tentative)

If any questions or concerns arise, contact the 12th grade Government teacher Eli Cameron. 858 – 382 – 6608; – 2855 Farragut Rd. San Diego, CA 92106; Press Release sent OB Rag by student Cheyenne E Dennen.

Farragut Road, within Liberty Station, turns off from Rosecrans directly across from Voltaire Street.

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