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|Graduates of the Winter 2015 CU Development Educators Training stand with training staff at the American Airlines Training & Conference Center in Dallas, Texas.|
|California Sen. Anthony Cannella, R-Ceres|
Elected to office in 2010, Cannella represents Senate District 12, which is located squarely in California's Central Valley. The counties of Stanislaus, Merced, Madera and San Benito comprise 80 percent of the seat with the remaining portion of the district located in Monterey County. Cannella understands the unique roll credit unions play in their communities.
GRR Fundraiser Information Date: Tuesday, April 8 Time: noon – 1 p.m. Location: The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues' Sacramento office—1201 K St., Suite. 1050, Sacramento, CA 95814
Contribution Info Contributions should be made payable to: Anthony Cannella for Senate 2014 ID#1334109 976 Pacific Ave., Willows, CA 95988 Those interested can RSVP to Andrea Svoboda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-325-1364.
Contribution Levels (corporate contributions are allowed) Corporate Level—Hosts: $2,500 Corporate Level—Co-Hosts: $1,000 Corporate Level—Patrons: $500 Individual Level—Friends: $150 Individual Level—Individuals: $50
Contributions to Anthony Cannella for Senate 2014 (FPPC ID#1334109) are subject to Proposition 34 limits. The California Political Reform Act (Proposition 34) places limits on contributions to candidates for state office and imposes certain prohibitions. This request does not seek a contribution in excess of applicable limits or from prohibited sources. An individual, union, PAC, corporation and other entities may contribute a maximum of $4,100 to the committee per election, primary and general. A registered Small Contributor Committee may contribute a maximum of $8,200 per election. Contributions are not deductible for tax purposes.