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For Immediate Release
October 4, 2006

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


Roseville -- The pros and cons of propositions on the November ballot will be the topic of discussion at
a public forum co-hosted by the Republican Congress of Placer County and the Auburn Area Republican Women Federated.

Speakers either for or against the propositions will include: Ken Campbell, former Chairman of the
Placer County Republican Central Committe and current member; Kathy Lund, Chairperson of the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and current Rocklin City Council member; Katharyn McLearan of the Sacramento Region Planned Parenthood; John Dunlap, former President and CEO of the California Restaurant Association, former Chairman of the State Compensation Insurance Fund, and former Chairman of the State Air Resources Board; and Bill George, former Assistant Secretary of the California Technology Trade and Commerce Agency, and current communications consultant on public affairs issues.

The public is invited to attend the meeting on Wednesday, October 18, 2006, at Mark and Monica’s
Sports Bar and Grill, 8705 Auburn-Folsom Road in Granite Bay, just south of Douglas.

A social hour will start at 5:30, with the program to begin at 6 p.m. Hor D’ouvres and drinks will be available. To defray the costs of the location and food, a $15 donation is requested for advanced reservations, or $20 at the door. To make reservations call (916) 652-4342.

For more information on the event, call the Republican Congress hotline at (916) 786-6690.


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