Wrigley Association to host 70th Assembly candidate forum

The Wrigley Association will host a Q&A session with at least one of the candidates for the newly redrawn State Assembly District 70 on Monday, Oct. 1 at 7pm at the Veterans Park Community Center, 101 E. 28th St.
The 70th Assembly district includes Long Beach, Signal Hill, San Pedro and Catalina. The two candidates in the race are Bonnie Lowenthal, who is listed on the ballot as “educator/Assembly member” (currently representing the 54th District), and Martha Flores Gibson, a longtime social worker, whose ballot listing is “educator/business owner.”
Gibson has confirmed her participation in the forum, however, Lowenthal has thus far indicated she is unavailable because of scheduling conflicts.
The event, intended to be an opportunity for community members to hear candidate qualifications and viewpoints on various issues, will be moderated by Gavin McKiernan of the Wrigley Association, and attendees are welcome to provide questions.
For more information, contact Wrigley Association President Colleen McDonald at (562) 676-7480.

One thought on “Wrigley Association to host 70th Assembly candidate forum

  1. What is Bonnie afraid of? Does she think her name alone will carry her? I hope that is not the case, her record is terrible!

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