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Jewish Community Hosts L.A. County Sheriff Candidates Debate Sunday Night

This Sunday night, May 4th, The Jewish Federation is co-sponsoring the Los Angeles County Sheriff Candidates debate in partnership with The Shomrim Society and CivicCare, as well as numerous Jewish community partners.
Moderated by KCRW’s Warren Olney at the Westside JCC, his free event provides an up close and personal opportunity to meet the following candidates: James Hellmold, Jim McDonnell, Bob Olmstead, Todd Rogers, Paul Tanaka and Lou Vince.

Here are all the details:
L.A. County Sheriff Candidates Debate
Sunday, May 4th at 6:00 PM
Westside Jewish Community Center
5870 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90036
Dessert reception to follow.

Click here to RSVP.

The Shomrim Society of Southern California is a fraternal organization comprised of Jewish men and women from within law enforcement, public safety and the administration of justice; all of whom support the welfare of the community and strive to improve the public image of all public service agencies everywhere.  CivicCare was founded to serve as a voice for Los Angeles’ diverse Jewish Community and to create opportunities that allow for all members of the Jewish Community to become educated and feel comfortable to engage and participate in the local political process.

For more information, contact Debate@ShomrimSoCal.org.


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