The newly formed California state assembly district #25 includes the Alameda County city of Newark and parts of Fremont, and the Santa Clara County cities of Milpitas and Santa Clara, and parts of Sunnyvale, Alviso, Cupertino, San Jose, and Morgan Hill.
"I look forward to speaking with Bob about the issues," says Diamond. "With California facing a $16 billion deficit in the coming year, we need representatives who aren't afraid to question accepted wisdom and are ready to take common sense actions – regardless of party affiliation. And that's what I want to be: a new choice - not an echo of the same old politics."
California's open primary election is Tuesday, June 5, 2012. For more information about ArLyne Diamond visit http://www.diamondforassembly.com or call (408) 554-0110.
Who: Candidate for California State Assembly District #25 ArLyne Diamond
What: The Bob Zadek radio show
When: Sunday, May 20, 2012
Where: News Talk radio, KKSF 910 AM, http://www.newstalk910.com/
ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D. is a candidate for the newly formed California Assembly District #25, covering parts of Santa Clara and Alameda counties. Diamond has been a Silicon Valley resident since the 1960s, taught in local college and universities and operated a management consulting business for more than two decades. If elected, Diamond will focus on two key public issues: Bringing jobs back to California and improving K-12 education.
To learn more about ArLyne Diamond visit http://www.diamondforassembly.com which includes her blog and links to her weekly YouTube podcasts on the issues. Video of the May 3, 2012 league of Women Voters Assembly District 25 Candidates Forum is available at http://tinyurl.com/