Join us for the 23rd episode of Answering the Call with Stacey Reardon and Susan McEntire, the California Assembly leads on the redistricting process. Every 10 years, after the collection of the decennial census data, states redraw their state and congressional district lines. These districts determine how communities are represented at the local, state, and federal levels. Redistricting determines who appears on your ballot, where you can vote, and can influence whether your elected officials respond to your needs. Redistricting is vulnerable to gerrymandering – the intentional manipulation of the redistricting process. Come learn more about the process, the impact on our democracy, and how you can advocate for fair maps, accountability and transparency!
About Stacey Reardon
Stacey Reardon is a policy consultant in the office of Speaker Anthony Rendon of Lakewood, CA. Stacey was born and raised in Sacramento, CA and attended Saint Mary’s College of Moraga where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. After graduation, she decided to build her career around public service and returned to Sacramento to work in the Legislature. Prior to her current role, Stacey served under Alyson Huber (El Dorado Hills, CA) and Wesley Chesbro (Arcata, CA) during their time elected to the Assembly. Under Speaker Rendon, her portfolio includes Elections and Redistricting, Accountability and State Administration, and Joint Legislative Audit. For Stacey, politics and campaigning have always been a passion. Her campaign work began early with Jim Costa for State Senate in 1994 and continued on throughout her life. Stacey resides in Sacramento with her partner Jennifer.
About Susan McEntire
Susan McEntire joined the Assembly staff in 1996 with the Democratic Caucus. Throughout her tenure with the Legislature, she worked for both the Senate and Assembly; served as a District Director and Chief of Staff; served at all levels for the Caucus, from Consultant to Director; worked in districts across the State; and covered elections policy for the Speaker’s Office. Susan brings a unique perspective to the Democratic Office of Communications and Outreach, working for the Caucus when Democrats were the minority, the majority and the super majority. Over the years, she took leaves of absence to staff legislative races. A few of the candidates she’s worked for include Howard Wayne, Jack Scott, Ira Ruskin, Pedro Nava, Joan Buchanan, and Al Muratsuchi. She served as Statewide Field Director for the Assembly Democrats in the 2014 and 2016 election cycles and shared the role in 2018 and 2020. Susan is a San Diego native and a graduate of San Diego State University.
Zoom Meeting Information
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Topic: Answering the Call with Stacey Reardon and Susan McEntire
Time: Apr 21, 2021 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 823 3078 0997
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