Volume 2, Issue 6

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Chamber Events Datebook

June

6/19 - Circles of Influence Reception

6/20 - Technology Seminar

6/24 - Get Connected Breakfast

July

7/12 - Flag, General & Senior Officer's Ball

 

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June 3, 2008: Primary Election Day in San Diego

Today is Primary Election day in California, which will determine the nominees for partisan offices (Congress, State Senate and Assembly).  All registered voters can (and should) visit the polls today at one of the approximately 1,652 precincts located throughout the county. Find your polling place.

Candidates for partisan offices represent California's political parties - Republican, Democratic, American Independent, Green, Libertarian and Peace & Freedom.  The top candidate from each party will face the other party nominees in the General Election on November 4, 2008.

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Ruben Barrales, President & Chief Executive Officer

 

 

Today is an important day for San Diego.  We have the right and responsibility to vote for those who will hold the public trust in our city, county, state and federal governments.

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Doug Holman, Vice President of Membership

 

 

Hard to believe, but summertime is right around the corner. It has always struck me as ironic that as the days get longer our production tends to decrease.

 

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James Clark, Mexico Business Center Director General

 

Honorable Luis Tellez Kuenzler, Secretary of Communications & Transportation of Mexico, will be in San Diego Wednesday evening, September 10, 2008, to receive the Mexico Business Center's Eighth Annual International Tribute Award.

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Representing the interests of the San Diego region’s business community, a group of 20 of the Chamber’s leaders made their way north to Sacramento on May 6, 2008, to spend a fruitful day of advocacy in and around the State Capitol Building.

The day was separated into three modules, representing key priority issues for the Chamber for the legislative year.  The first two, one focused on transportation and the second on water infrastructure issues and funding, were held with key agency and elected officials. 

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