Saving Democracy: The Way Forward

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Join us March 21, 2019 at 7 p.m. at Cabrillo College for a fascinating, bipartisan discussion with a panel of national experts
on the most pressing issue of our time.

Amanda Renteria
Amanda Renteria

Former candidate for California Governor, senior adviser to Hillary Clinton, first Latina Chief of Staff to a U.S. Senator

Mike Madrid
Mike Madrid

National Republican consultant, Latino voting strategist, former California GOP Political Director, founder of Grassroots Lab

Debbie Mesloh
Debbie Mesloh

Senior adviser to Barack Obama & Kamala Harris, President of the San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women

 

Dan Schnur
Dan Schnur

Former top GOP consultant (now an independent), USC & UC Berkeley professor, national media commentator

Kristin Olsen
Kristin Olsen

Former California Assembly GOP Leader & California GOP Vice-Chair, Stanislaus County Supervisor

Zach Friend
Zach Friend

Obama & Kerry campaigns alum, DNC veteran, national media commentator, Santa Cruz County Supervisor

 

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Spencer Critchley
Spencer Critchley

Moderator: Boots Road Group Managing Partner Spencer Critchley, a veteran of campaigns for President Obama and other candidates, and a national media commentator who has contributed to NPR, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Fox News, the AP, the Huffington Post, and others.

It's the third in our series of important discussions featuring a bipartisan panel of national experts in politics and media to talk about where we are — and what we can do. It'll be recorded live for the Dastardly Cleverness in the Service of Good podcast.

The last two events were big successes — all tickets were snapped up both times, so please mark your calendar for March 21 from 7-9 pm at Samper Recital Hall, Cabrillo College and register now.

If you'd like to suggest a question, you can send it to us at savingdemocracy@bootsroad.com.

Produced by Boots Road Group as a public service in partnership with Cabrillo College.

Co-sponsored by the Aptos Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce.

To be recorded for the Dastardly Cleverness In The Service of Good Podcast.

You can listen to our previous Saving Democracy events on Dastardly Cleverness in the Service of Good using any podcast app, or at dastardlycleverness.com.

Details

Date: March 21, 2019

Time: 7-9 p.m., doors open at 6:30 (arrive early for more seat options)

Location: Samper Recital Hall, 6500 Soquel Dr, Aptos, CA 95003 (see map below)

Admission: Free with registration — please note that a seat is not guaranteed without registration.

 

Google Earth view of Samper Recital Hall