Congressman Ken Calvert speaks with the lincoln club in riverside.

Congressman Ken Calvert, Bill Essayli, Ali Mazarei, and Ben Clymer speaking with motivated and involved High School students.

Congressman Ken Calvert, Bill Essayli, Ali Mazarei, and Ben Clymer speaking with motivated and involved High School students.

Interact, Infporm, and inspire!

     We had a productive day with the Lincoln Club at the Mission Inn in Riverside, Ca as Congressman Ken Calvert brought awareness to current conflict in #California, speaking to interested and involved High School students (as pictured above), and answering important questions. Together, we can make a great difference! Together, we can Elect the right candidates into office and continue supporting and spreading awareness about these issues. The solutions to the major problems up in Sacramento are in the hands of the voters, remember that there is power in numbers. Together we can interact with our community, inform our neighbors, and inspire others to speak up and vote against the #GasTax and many other issues negatively effecting California residents. 

 
Congressman Ken Calvert speaking at today's Lincoln Club Meeting.

Congressman Ken Calvert speaking at today's Lincoln Club Meeting.

Ali Mazarei speaking at today's Lincoln Club Meeting.

Ali Mazarei speaking at today's Lincoln Club Meeting.

 
 
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Ali Mazarei and The Lincoln Club investing in these young women’s educations...

     Riverside City College students Jessica, a future teacher, and Emily, an aspiring physical therapist, joined Ali’s team at the 23rd Congressman Ken Calvert Golf Tournament. Ali and The Lincoln Foundation took the opportunity to invest in these young women’s educations and futures by offering each of them educational grants. A vote for Ali is a vote for a candidate who cares about the futures of our youth. (Pictured above, Congressman Ken Calvert and Ali Mazarei with the two young students.) (Pictured below, Ben Clymer, Predident of the Lincoln Foundation shaking hands with the students.)