LOMITA, Calif.—Fresh off of walking precincts in California’s 36th Congressional District, the South Bay Armenian American Community prepares for a town hall meeting with Marcy Winograd. The town hall meeting will take place on Sunday, February 28, 2010 at 5 p.m. at the South Bay Armenian Center located at 2222 Lomita Blvd. in Lomita, California. The event will be open to the public with free admission.
The purpose of Sunday’s meeting is to create an opportunity for the Armenian American community to pose relevant questions to Marcy Winograd and discuss key issues that concern the community members. The event will also allow supporters to make contributions to her campaign. Additionally, the meeting will serve as an opportunity for first time voters to fill out voter registration forms and participate in the elections this year.
The Democratic Primaries will take place on June 8, 2010. Individuals interested in learning more about Marcy Winograd’s challenge to Jane Harman may visit her website at: towinograd4congress.com
The ANC-PAC is a non-partisan federally registered political action committee established to support campaign committees for Members of Congress who share the values of the Armenian American community. The ANC-PAC is at the forefront of efforts to ensure that the voice of the Armenian American community is clearly heard in our nation’s capital. The ANC-PAC continues a century old tradition of Armenian American engagement on the public policy issues facing national political leaders, both in the U.S. Congress and the White House. For more information, you may logon to www.ancpac.org.