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The Lake County chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus will host candidate and campaign training on Saturday, Aug. 22.
Training will be held at the Clear Lake Riviera Community Hall, 9689 Soda Bay Road, Kelseyville.
The training's focus will be on candidates, public relations, fundraising and the “nuts and bolts” of running a campaign.
The training will be presented by Val Muchowski and Dotty LeMieux.
Val Muchowski is the Vice president of education and training for the California NWPC. Dotty LeMieux is the principle of Green Dog Campaigns which provides Campaign consulting, polling, design, media for progressive Democratic and nonpartisan and issue campaigns in California and activist training.
Cost for registration is $25. To register or, for additional information contact Juliana Vidich at 707-349-4897 or 707-279-1903, or e-mail email@example.com .
The NWPC is the only national grassroots organization dedicated to increasing the number of women officials at all levels of government.
NWPC was founded in 1971 as the political arm of the women’s movements, working to recruit, and train and support women for elected and appointed office, regardless of party affiliation.
The caucus reaches across party lines to maximize women’s political energy and make the system work for women. It is committed to serving all women who support core issues of reproductive freedom, improved child care/dependent care and the Equal Rights Amendment.