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Local electeds host fundraiser for Dickinson

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From page A4 | July 18, 2014 |

A group of Yolo County elected officials and community members will host a fundraiser in Davis for Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, a candidate for state Senate. The event will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 24, at the home of Jay and Carri Ziegler, 3334 Grosbeak Court in Northstar.

Event hosts include state Sen. Lois Wolk; Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada; Yolo County Supervisors Don Saylor, Jim Provenza and Oscar Villegas; retired Supervisor Betsy Marchand; Davis City Council members Lucas Frerichs and Rochelle Swanson; retired Davis Mayor Ann M. Evans; retire City Council member Stephen Souza; West Sacramento Council member Chris Ledesma; and Woodland City Council member Angel Barajas.

Also, Yolo County Public Guardian Cass Sylvia’ Yolo County Superintendent Jesse Ortiz; Yolo County Board of Education member Bill Owens; Davis Board of Education members Gina Daleiden and Susan Lovenburg; retired Yolo County Board of Education member Davis Campbell; and Barbara Archer, Marlene Bell, Patsy Owens, Robin Souza, David Thompson, Sydney Vergis and Jay and Carri Ziegler.

Tickets are $25, with sponsorships offered at $100. RSVP to 916-446-7600.

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