Join UCSF Community & Government Relations for a 2020 Election Explainer on federal, state, and local candidates and propositions. As ballots are being returned early in record numbers, learn what we know now and what issues and races to watch on Election Day.
Hear a federal election overview, including which states could be pivotal in winning the presidency and which Congressional seats are at play. Closer to home, learn which state and local propositions and candidates could directly impact UCSF. A closing UCSF advocacy guidelines refresher for UCSF employees will give you the tools you need to understand how you can participate in the political process.
Join us for the UCSF Election Explainer & Advocacy 101 Part 2 following the election, details TBD. Find more information at UCSF Votes.
How UCSF will continue to advocate for our priorities and mission no matter the outcome
Francesca Vega, Vice Chancellor, Community & Government Relations
12:05pm National Election Update
Overview of national polling data and potential impacts on UCSF policy priorities
Natalie Alpert, Executive Director, Federal Government Relations
12:20pm State and Local Update
Candidates and issues with potential impact on UCSF
Amiee Alden, Director, Local & State Government Relations
12:35pm Advocacy Guidelines
Advocacy guidelines, with focus on participation in public rallies
UCOP General Counsel, and Paul Takayama, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Community & Government Relations
Allie Jones, Manager, Advocacy & Communications to facilitate
Monday, November 2 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event