Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce RHCC to host panel featuring candidates running to represent State Senate District 33

The Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce RHCC is hosting a moderated panel featuring individuals running to represent State Senate District 33 in the upcoming Special Election on March 26th.


This is a good opportunity to hear directly from the candidates!
Co-Hosts:California State University, Long Beach Coca-Cola
Candidates 
Denise Diaz (Democratic) – Councilwoman / Small Businesswoman – denisediaz.org – Confirmed 
Ali Saleh (Democratic) – Business Owner / Councilmember – www.alisaleh.com – Confirmed
Leticia Vasquez Wilson (Democratic) – Teacher / Water Board member Leticia Vasquez-Wilson for Senate – Confirmed
Jack M Guerrero (Republican) – CPA/Economist / Councilmember – Confirmed
Ana Maria Quintana (Democratic) – Councilmember / Municipal Attorney – www.anamariaquintana.com – Confirmed 
Martha Flores-Gibson (Republican) – Businesswoman / Teacher – Confirmed 
Tom Cares (Democratic) – Father/CEOwww.tomcares.comConfirmed 
Cesar Flores (Green) – Education Administration
Chris Garcia  (Democratic) – Councilmember / Technology CEO 
Lena Gonzalez for State Senate (Democratic) – Long Beach Councilwoman – VoteLenaGonzalez.com
Jose Luis Solache (Democratic) – Mayor / Nonprofit Director – www.joseluissolache.com
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SD 33 is based on nesting AD 63 and AD 70 and includes the Los Angeles County cities and communities of Cudahy, Bell, Bell Gardens, Lynwood, Maywood, Signal Hill, Paramount, South Gate, Vernon, Walnut Park, Huntington Park, and most of Long Beach with portions of the cities of Lakewood and Los Angeles to achieve population equality.
To the north this district includes part of the group of Southeast cities of Los Angeles County: Vernon, Huntington Park, Bell, South Gate, Cudahy, Lynwood, and Paramount. 
These Southeast cities are grouped together because of their socioeconomic commonalities and because many unincorporated areas share similar civic and economic issues. Many of the residents in this region are first-generation immigrants with similar linguistic and educational characteristics.
This district is characterized by high residential density and many historic neighborhoods, heavy industry, and common environmental problems linked to transportation corridors. 
The majority of Long Beach is kept with its port, Long Beach City College, and downtown Long Beach.incumbent: Vacant (Lara seat) Special Primary Election: March 26, 2019Special General Election: June 4, 2019
If no candidate wins 50%+1 votes on March 26, the top two will proceed to the general.