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Keynote speakers: Republican Candidates for Senate District 1
Since California State Senator Ted Gaines has been elected to the State Board of Equalization, a special election to choose his successor has been set for March 26th. As of press time for The Nugget, four Republican candidates have filed for the election. All four will be speaking at the February 20th meeting of NCRWF. These candidates are Assemblymen Brian Dahle and Kevin Kiley, and businessmen Rex Hime and Theodore Dzuiba.
Rex Hime of Loomis is a lifetime conservative and describes himself as “a tireless advocate for reducing government red tape.” Rex is the longtime President and CEO of the California Business Properties Association, the designated legislative advocate for shopping center, office and industrial properties, building owners and managers, and real estate leaders and investors.
Hime was Ronal Reagan’s appointee to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and a member of the California Task Force on Violence Prevention. Most recently he served as a Regent of the University of California.
Theodore Dziuba is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology. At age 16 he was one of four developers of Open EMR, a free computer system for electronic medical records that serves approximately 200 million patients across the world. He co-founded an e-commerce company that helped local retailers to sell online and sold this company to Ebay. He has since built two other successful businesses.
Theodore serves on the City of Placerville Planning Commission. He stands for small government, reduced spending and elimination of the sanctuary state.
Assemblyman Brian Dahle is well known to our members, having won re-election to his 1st assembly district in 2018. This district makes up 45 percent of Senate District 1. A farmer and small business owner, Brian served as the Assembly Republican leader from 2017-2018. He has served in the Assembly since 2012. Prior to the Assembly he was a supervisor for 16 years in Lassen County. His priorities include wildfire prevention, veteran assistance, fighting excessive regulations, reliable water supplies and protecting the 2nd amendment.
Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, who grew up in Granite Bay, has represented the Sixth District in the California State Assembly since 2016. A Harvard graduate, he attended Yale Law School and joined Irell & Manella as a litigator after passing the California State Bar exam. Later he served as a Deputy Attorney General, representing the People of California in felony cases. He has received recognition for his legislation to expand parental choice in education, ensure impartial descriptions of ballot initiatives, and end the practice of double taxation by the government. He is a Vice Chair of both the Assembly Education Committee and the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee. He also serves on the Housing and Community Development, Committee, Judiciary and Higher Education Committees.
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February 2019 Luncheon Choices:
Chef's choice of salad
Mexican Selection: Two Chicken Enchiladas covered with a green sauce, Rice and Beans
Vegetarian Selection: Enchiladas Suizas, Rice and Beans
American Selection: Beef Stroganoff with noodles, seasonal vegetable
Chef’s Choice Homemade Dessert
All meals will include chips & salsa. Coffee, Tea
$22.00 includes beverage, tax and tip