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For Immediate Release
October 24, 2005

For More Information Contact:
Carl DeWing at (916) 652-6253


Auburn -- The Republican Congress of Placer County will be hosting an event for Assemblyman Keith
Richman, who is expected to be a candidate for State Treasurer next year.

Richman gave up a 20-year medical practice and an $80 million health care provider group to run for the 38th Assembly District in 2000. A strong supporter of Governor Schwarzenegger, Richman serves on the Assembly Health and Insurance committees.

Described as a “renegade” by more partisan colleagues for his efforts at bipartisan efforts to pass budgets and deal with California’s serious fiscal and structural problems, Richman has won praise for his efforts. The California Journal described him as an “open-minded independent problem-solver...”
Sacramento Bee Columnist Dan Walters said, “Keith Richman is the sort of person who was supposed to be elected to the Legislature after term limits loosened the grip of professional politicians...someone who saw it as a civic service, not a lifetime career.”

Richman will speak to the RCPC on Friday, November 4th, 2005, at Lou LaBonte’s Restaurant, 13460 Lincoln Way in Auburn, near the Forest Hill exit off of I-80. Social time at 5:30, program at 6 p.m.
Food and drinks available. To help defray expenses, the cost is $15 for advance reservations, or $20 at
the door. Please RSVP at (916) 786-6690.



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