Achadjian Announces!

 

***MEDIA ADVISORY***

 

 

Contact: Ross Buckley

April 16, 2015                                                                                                  (805) 674-8667

rebuckley2@gmail.com

 

 

Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian to Announce

Bid For Congress

Will run as a Republican candidate for the 24th Congressional District
SANTA BARBARA – Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian, three-term Assemblyman and former San Luis Obispo County Supervisor, will be launching his campaign for the 24th Congressional District. A proud resident of the 24th Congressional District for over 40 years, Achadjian is familiar with the issues facing the community and as an Assemblyman has consistently represented his constituents and advocated on their behalf.

 

WHEN:          11:00 a.m., Friday, April 17, 2015

 

WHERE:        Santa Barbara County Courthouse – Sunken Gardens

1100 Anacapa Street (East Side)

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

 

WHO:             Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian
Community members and supporters
Brooks Firestone, Former Assemblyman and Santa Barbara County Supervisor

                        Steve Lavagnino, Santa Barbara County Supervisor

Frank Hotchkiss, Santa Barbara Councilmember

Mike Stoker, Former Santa Barbara County Supervisor

Dan Secord, Former Santa Barbara Councilmember and Coastal Commissioner

Media

 

WHAT:          Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian will announce his candidacy for the 24th Congressional District.

Santa Barbara City College: Ebenstein and Worthen Debate!

Join the Santa Barbara Republican Central Committee members at the upcoming monthly meeting March 18th to hear Lanny Ebenstein debate Jim Worthen on the purpose and direction of Santa Barbara City College.

The meeting is at Pea Soup Anderson’s in Buellton, and starts promptly at 6 pm on Wednesday, March 18th.  Please arrive early at 5:30 to enjoy social time and to ensure you get a seat! (Dinner will be available for $20)

What is the true nature of SBCC?

WORTHEN: A runaway monster that is destroying our city.
EBENSTEIN: A tremendous community.
WORTHEN: I’ll tell you what the traditional mission of the community college is.
EBENSTEIN: I’ll tell you how to improve and reform city college. We can find common ground addressing the perceived problems.

Have an opinion about SBCC?  I bet you do!  So do Worthen and Ebenstein.  Get educated and involved!