Please join us for a Meet & Greet for candidate for California’s sixth congressional district Tamika Hamilton at Maestro Coffee in Natomas on Friday, October 28. This event is being hosted by business owner and community leader Antronette Robinson.
We're in the final stretch of the campaign and we are closing strong. Come out and enjoy some coffee and pastries on us and get to know Tamika.
Hope to see you Friday!
MEDIA ADVISORY: Tamika Hamilton to Appear on The Ed Crane Show
Sacramento, Calif. – Candidate for California's sixth congressional district Tamika Hamilton will join KTKZ’s Ed Crane this morning to discuss the economy and to provide an update on her campaign.
Please join me and Assembly candidate Josh Hoover for a canvassing kick-off tomorrow in Citrus Heights at Rusch Community Park, located at 7801 Auburn Blvd. More details are below.
Refreshments and bottled water will be provided. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
If you’re unavailable to volunteer this weekend, you can always sign up to help at a later date by visiting votetamika.org.I look forward to seeing you tomorrow. Let's get this ground game rolling!
Citrus Heights Vice Mayor Tim Schaefer Endorses Tamika Hamilton for Congress
Sacramento, Calif. – Candidate for California’s sixth congressional district Tamika Hamilton today announced she has received the support of Citrus Heights Vice Mayor Tim Schaefer. With Schaefer’s support, Hamilton has been endorsed by a majority of the Citrus Heights City Council.
“We need representatives at the federal level who will be responsible stewards of the hard-earned dollars that taxpayers send to Washington,” said Schaefer. “Tamika is a working mother who understands the unprecedented hardships faced by small businesses and our residents and will work to restore our economy. She has my full support.”
Elected to the Citrus Heights City Council in 2020, Vice Mayor Schaefer has worked to streamline government operations and reduce costs without impacting critical services. He has been an advocate for ambitious development that supports the local economy and will make Citrus Heights a regional attraction.
Prior to being elected to the council, he was appointed to the Citrus Heights Planning Commission where he served for three years. He also served as Park Oaks Neighborhood Area Vice President and as Vice President of the Citrus Heights Residents Empowerment Association.
“It’s great to have the support of such a solutions-oriented and empathetic leader who puts the needs of residents first” said Hamilton. “Tim has big vision for Citrus Heights and I look forward to partnering with him as the City continues to grow and develop.”