Assemblyman Invites Public to Vent

First-term lawmaker Marc Levine will open the doors of his San Rafael office to the public this afternoon.

Assemblyman Marc Levine
Assemblyman Marc Levine

Ever wish you could get face time with a state lawmaker who has the ear of some of Sacramento’s biggest powerbrokers?

Anyone who believes they can help solve the daunting challenges facing the state will have a chance to share their ideas with someone who’d actually have a chance to execute them.  

Assemblyman Marc Levine has invited the public to vent at his San Rafael district office today from 4 to 6 p.m.

Levine’s office is at Marin County Civic Center (3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 412).

The freshman lawmaker says in his invite the meeting is a chance to celebrate the holiday season and “discuss legislative and community issues that affect you and your family.”

Levine asks anyone interested in attending to RSVP.

What would you want to tell the first-term assemblyman? Share your thoughts in our comments section.

M. Manzano December 14, 2013 at 03:51 PM
Isn't this the clown who wants everyone to support his anti-smoking legislation by coming to his "venting" display? This Levine character needs a real job. Perhaps he should address the fraud, corruption that has bankrupted California for the last 20+ years by the Democrats he proudly represents. Paving the way for invasion of property rights may be fine with the dopes who elected him, but not anyone with sense.


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