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Fair Representation for All: FairVote California Director Jennifer Pae & Deputy Director Hernandez

  • Hilton Garden Inn, Big Sur Room 1000 Aguajito Road Monterey, CA, 93940 United States (map)

How do we bring civility to our elections and increase voter participation? How can we ensure that every vote counts? Join us when FairVote California’s Jennifer Pae and Pedro Hernandez address these issues, including ranked choice voting, the Top Two primary system, gerrymandering, and electing more women to office. Jennifer Pae and Pedro Hernandez will present how electoral reforms can give voters greater choice and a stronger voice in our elections at the local, state, and national level.The public is welcome to attend.

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Jennifer Pae
Director, FairVote
Pedro Hernandez
Deputy Director, VairVote

Jennifer Pae, raised in California’s Central Valley, is the Director of FairVote California. Her commitment to empowering community through civic engagement was shaped by the experience of her single immigrant mother. Ms. Pae is a first-generation college graduate from UCSD. She was the president of the United States Student Association, Project Director for PowerPAC, founding staff member of 18MillionRising.org, and Project Manager for Voter Service at the League of Women Voters of California, where she continued her work to engage young people, women, and people of color in the political process. Ms. Pae trains hundreds of activists to run effective and strategic campaigns.

Pedro Hernandez is FairVote California’s Deputy Director. He grew up in Watsonville, the son of immigrant agricultural workers, and served as student trustee for the local school board. This set in motion his commitment to community empowerment. He earned his J.D. from the UC-Hastings College of the Law where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Hastings Race & Poverty Law Journal. He served as an Education Equity Fellow at Public Advocates and clerked at the Equal Justice Society. He was an extern for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, and clerked in the Watsonville office of California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA).

Reservations should be received by Tuesday, June 19.

Reserve below or for more information, call 831.200.DWMC.

 

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FIRST COURSE
Spinach Salad
Mandarin Oranges & Blueberry Salad
Feta Cheese, Balsamic Vinaigrette

SECOND COURSE
Spiced Mediterranean Chicken Breast
Sliced and Topped with Creamy Cucumber Salad
Over Grilled Carrots & Lemon Rice Pilaf

OR

Spinach Mushroom & Ricotta Stuffed Peppers
Grilled Carrots & Lemon Rice Pilaf

DESSERT
Chocolate Triffle
Layered with Graham Crackers, Chocolate Pudding & Whipped Cream
Topped with Seasonal Berries

 

Tea and Coffee