If Gov. Brown doesn't shut down Aliso Canyon before he leaves office, the next Governor will decide Aliso's fate. We need to show up to the next Gubernatorial Town Hall, wear our RED shirts, and make closing Aliso Canyon down a key issue.
If you can't attend, you can submit a question online here: https://www.scpr.org/events/2018/01/13/2522/gubernatorial-town-hall--a-local-perspective
An RSVP dos not guarantee entry. We need to pack the house so arrive at 8am for check in.
PRESS CONFERENCE/RALLY at 8am!
Let's organize carpools from the valley, see link here: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/9rtgcu
"While the statewide primary election isn’t until June, KPCC has already connected with the major gubernatorial candidates and community members about the issues that matter most to them. That conversation continues on January 13, when KPCC’s Mary Plummer will join ABC7’s Marc Brown for a gubernatorial town hall presented by The Empowerment Congress and Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas in collaboration with the USC Dornsife Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics.
To be held at USC’s Bovard Auditorium, the town hall is part of the 26th annual Empowerment Congress Summit and will feature a Festival of Democracy with the major candidates, the KPCC In Person team, resource tables, an art exhibition, a community forum and complimentary lunch.
The participating gubernatorial candidates are Travis Allen, John Chiang, John Cox, Delaine Eastin, Gavin Newsom and Antonio Villaraigosa.
Attendance is free, but RSVPs are required. Admission will be based on a first-come, first-admitted basis.
8 am – Check-in
9 am – Gubernatorial Town Hall
10:30 am – Festival of Democracy, including a post town hall community response, resource tables, entertainment and lunch
Have a question for the candidates? You can ask it right here