The GOP officially opened their headquarters last week with a large crowd.
The group gathered on the patio outside its offices at 21323 Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. The HQ is run by the Malibu Bel Air Republican Women Federated (MBA/RWF).
The guests enjoyed wine tasting by Dr. Serena Friedman who shared a selection of red wines from Four Sisters Winery.
Todd Zink, candidate for State Senate, serving the district that includes Malibu addressed the crowd. Zink an active-duty United States Marine and Deputy LA County District Attorney shared his vision for bringing common sense and a true spirit of public service to a broken, splintered Sacramento.
He outlined his plans to improve the current conditions and his strategy for the future. Zink pledged to address the issues of overcrowded county prisons, persistent unemployment, and California’s failing schools.
Gary Aminoff, First Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Los Angeles gave an overview of the 11 propositions that qualified for the November ballot.
“Many voters vote without knowing facts and the consequences greatly affect and impact our lives,” said Susanne Reyto, president of the MBA/RWF.
The club will continue to offer information to educate the voters as, “some of the propositions have clauses which stipulate no changes for many years after they are implemented,” Reyto said.
Keith McCowen, candidate for State Assembly in the 54th District addressed the group too. He shared some practical ideas which included less waste and smaller government and pledged to grow jobs in California if elected.
“We achieved our goal for the evening and were thrilled with the turnout,” said Bonnie Coleman, Chairman of the HQ.
The headquarters will be open and run by volunteers from 12 to 7 p.m. on week days and from 12 to 5 p.m. on the weekends.
Volunteers are needed and can contact Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org.