CCDCC Meeting w/Sean Frame

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Feb 12, 2019 - Feb 12, 2019

Start Time - End Time

5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

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1299 Gold Hunter Road San Andreas, CA 95249 United States






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February CCDCC Meeting with Sean Frame

5:30 PM
San Andreas Library

Due to Daylight Savings, we’re shifting our winter hours so that they will start at 5:30.  Please come ~15 minutes earlier to socialize (& help set up chairs)

5:15 Gather for refreshments and socializing

5:30 Welcome and Introductions

5:40 Sean Frame, CD 04 candidate (additional information below)

6:10 Committee Business

  • Intros of new members, visitors
  • Approve minutes and financials
  • Public Comment
  • Vote on New Member: Tom Proett from Burson

6:20 Summary of the Planning Workshop
6:30 Volunteers for working groups

  • Youth
  • Environment
  • Elections
  • Community Engagement

6:40 District Leaders Reports
7:00 Adjourn

From Sean’s Facebook site:

I moved to Placerville 10 years ago because I love the sense of community that exists here. I wasn’t born here, but I chose this as the place where my sons would grow up, where I would run my business, and where I would grow old. It was a great decision.

I have served on the Board of Trustees for Placerville Union School District for the last seven years. This responsibility has taught me that most issues cut across political and ideological boundaries and that solutions can be found when we keep our focus on serving the people we represent. Using the experience I have gained finding solutions for the children of our community, I will build coalitions and find solutions to the great challenges we face as a district and as a nation.

I am running for Congress in California District 4 because the people of our District should have the opportunity to vote for someone who lives here, who will listen to their concerns, work hard to meet their needs, and will clearly address the issues that affect us while offering tangible and fiscally responsible solutions. Here are some of the issues you can expect to be at the center of my campaign:

My campaign will be completely grassroots, which means my ability to win will hinge upon the support of individual donors. I will not accept ANY corporate PAC money because I believe that would hinder my ability to authentically represent YOU.

My campaign slogan will be the same as my motto when I am elected. “I work for you.”

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