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Wolk hires new staff members

By From page A8 | August 21, 2013

Danny Bernardini and Doriss Panduro have been hired as field representatives for state Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, who represents the 3rd Senate District.

Bernardini, who lives in his hometown of Vacaville, will work out of the Mare Island office that serves Vallejo, Benicia, Crockett, Martinez and Pleasant Hill. He previously reported on local and state politics for the Daily Republic in Fairfield and The Reporter in Vacaville. He also served as the government affairs director for the Northern Solano County Association of Realtors.

“Years of reporting on government issues will come in handy while working with elected officials, community groups and others while solving problems and acknowledging the good work done in the district,” Bernardini said in a news release. “I’ve come to know and respect Senator Wolk over the years and look forward to representing her in the district.”

Panduro will work out of the Vacaville office assisting constituents from the entire district. The Fairfield resident previously worked for Assemblyman Ricardo Lara and most recently for the financial aid department at Solano Community College. She is the parliamentarian for the Solano Hispanic Chamber and has served in Latino outreach roles in former jobs.

“I’m looking forward to expanding community relationships while helping constituents gain information on current legislation and helping them with any issues they have,” Panduro said in the news release. “I’m excited to be a part of Senator Wolk’s team and will continue to build on her long-standing reputation of serving the public well.”

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