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Your ACSS Political Action Committee … in Action!

Posted: 10/3/2014 Tags: election legislature PAC politics Tags Views: 4541

Posted: 10/3/2014

From left, Frank Ruffino, Ling-Ling Chang and Todd D’Braunstein at a fundraiser luncheon for Chang, (AD 55 Candidate) at Hock Farm Craft & Provisions Restaurant in Sacramento.

This week Frank Ruffino (VP of Governmental Affairs) and Todd D’Braunstein (VP of Membership Development) met with candidates and political leaders to discuss the issues facing ACSS members and to support these candidates in their campaigns. It is candidates like these that understand ACSS’ issues and will fight to protect your career, your compensation, and your benefits. 

Support the PAC by contributing now!

Also, don’t forget to volunteer today to help ACSS-endorsed candidates get elected to these critical seats.

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ACSS’ Political Program Needs YOU! Volunteer today to help ACSS-Endorsed Candidates.

Posted: 10/2/2014 Tags: election legislature PAC politics Tags Views: 4435

Posted: 10/2/2014

Volunteer NOW! ACSS Needs your help to win these critical Senate and Assembly seats.

Are you tired of hearing negative spin about state employees from elected officials?

Are you tired of seeing your livelihood attacked one after another at the polls?

Now you can be part of the solution by volunteering to help ACSS-Endorsed Candidates win these critical election seats. With less than 35 days until the November election, every vote is so important.  It is crucial that our candidates win these Senate and Assembly seats to have elected officials in office that support ACSS’ issues. Even an hour of your time per week can make a world of difference on Election Day. ACSS’ Political Action Committee and our Endorsed Candidates urge you to stand up and make a difference by volunteering!

Please contact one or several of the following candidates to volunteer.  Let’s move to victory – help ACSS by volunteering NOW!

Elect Betty Yee for Controller, Alex Padilla for Secretary of State, Jose Solorio for Senate, Bonnie Garcia for Senate, Marc Steinorth for Assembly, Tim Sbranti for Assembly, Connie Leyva for Senate, and re-elect Sharon Quick-Silva to the Assembly.

Thank you so much for your support and help!
Frank P. Ruffino
Vice President of Governmental Affairs, ACSS
Contact Frank Ruffino at acss@acss.org.

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ACSS helps Solorio for Senate campaign at Super Saturday event

Posted: 9/18/2014 Tags: Tags Views: 2664


The Solorio for Senate campaign hosted Super Saturday; their big fall campaign kick off. This spirited event brought out people from the community to support Jose’s election to the State Senate. Legislators from across the state came to support Jose including Senator Kevin De Leon, and Senator Ricardo Lara.

Local ACSS chapter 513 members including chapter president Arlene Ryan, chapter officer Elena Yuasa, and statewide vice president for governmental affairs Frank Ruffino were there helping the campaign.

If you are interested in helping out with this very important Senate race please visit the Solorio for Senate office at 1325 W. Warner Ave., or you can find our phone banking and precinct walking schedule on www.SolorioForSenate.com.

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ACSS meets with Senator Beall and Senate Candidate Jose Solorio

Posted: 8/28/2014 Tags: compaction legislature Tags Views: 3633

Photo Credit: Lou Delgado
From left to right: Frank Ruffino, ACSS VP of Governmental Affairs; Connie Boardman, Huntington Beach City Councilwoman; Senate Candidate Jose Solorio; and Sen. and Mrs. Jim Beall, author of ACSS-sponsored bill SB 216

ACSS meets with senate hopeful Jose Solorio and State Sen. Jim Beall about compaction and ACSS role in state government. Jose is an individual with the experience needed to create positive solutions for California.

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Frank Ruffino attends the JFK Awards for the LA County Democratic Party

Posted: 6/12/2014 Tags: legislature Tags Views: 2397

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Frank Ruffino (ACSS Board Member and VP of Governmental Affairs) poses with the honorable Fiona Ma (former assemblywoman and candidate for the Board of Equalization) along with ACSS members at the Los Angeles County Democratic Party's JFK Awards reception.

From left to right: Chapter 511 Treasurer Joseph Aiu; Chapter 511 Vice President Angel Ramsey; ACSS Vice President of Governmental Affairs Frank Ruffino, The Honorable Fiona Ma; ACSS Board Member Dolores Weeks; ACSS Vice President of Membership Todd D'Braunstein; and Chapter 511 President Maria Suarez.

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