2014 Long Beach Citywide Candidates Forum
Friday, March 28, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
Long Beach, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Leadership Long Beach will host an evening forum of the candidates seeking the citywide offices on Friday, March 28 at the CSU Chancellor's Office, Dumke Auditorium, 401 Golden Shore, Long Beach 90802. Leadership Long Beach looks forward to providing an opportunity for the residents of Long Beach to learn more about the candidates for the citywide offices and for the candidates to express themselves to their prospective constituents.
5 PM Mixer/Refreshments available
5:30 PM City Attorney Forum
6 PM City Prosecutor Forum
6:45 PM City Auditor
7 PM Mayoral Forum
Richard Anthony Camp
Mineo L. Gonzalez
Steven Paul Mozena
FREE PARKING – North Lot behind the CSU Chancellor’s Office – Look for signs.
Seating is limited. All RSVPs attendees must provide their name prior to attendance.
There is no food or drink allowed in Dumke Auditorium.
All attendees understand that this event will be broadcast live and taped for replay telecasts and agree to their voice, images and likeness to be used.
When & Where
Leadership Long Beach
Leadership Long Beach was founded in 1989 by some of our community’s most influential and visionary stakeholders. These founders envisioned the formation of a civic improvement program that would serve the community by developing and motivating leaders on issues important to the future and sustainability of our city. The leaders developed by the Leadership Long Beach program have shared experiences, associations and values that enable them to set imaginative, yet realistic goals, and achieve them through coordinated and effective strategies. Leadership Long Beach has principled leadership programs – Leadership Long Beach Institute, Youth Leadership Long Beach and BoardMatch – and also offers continual leadership and networking opportunities throughout the year.
With 25 years of history, Leadership Long Beach is a community leadership program designed to develop community leaders by increasing their knowledge of the Long Beach community and creating networks of individuals who can help each other solve community challenges. Leadership Long Beach has over 1000 graduates from their programs and has contributed more than 100 community service projects to strengthen Long Beach.
For more information, visit www.leadershiplb.org.