Leading women candidates to speak

An upcoming forum hosted by Run Women Run and CALIFORNIA LIST will feature California’s leading women candidates for office.

The following candidates have confirmed that they will attend: lieutenant governor candidate Janice Hahn, District 76 state assembly candidate Toni Atkins, attorney general candidate Kamala Harris, District 74 state assembly candidate Crystal Crawford and District 40 state senate candidate Mary Salas.

The forum takes place on Thursday, March 18, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Proflowers/Provide Commerce headquarters at 4830 Eastgate Mall in San Diego. Parking is free and refreshments will be served.

Visit www.runwomenrun.org and www.californialist.org.

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