By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– On September 16, 2020 at 5:30 p.m., PawPAC will hold its 40th anniversary virtual celebration, with featured guests:
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz
Founder of Animal Wellness Action Wayne Pacelle
Founder of Animal Place Kim Sturla
PawPAC Past Chair Beverlee McGrath
PawPAC Chair René Rowland
PawPAC is pleased to host the event in recognition of four decades of animal protection in Californiathrough grassroots lobbying and electoral advocacy. Each guest will have five minutes to speak and there are no set topics. They will share their experiences working with PawPAC through the years.
The event is free and may be attended online or by telephone. Interested parties may RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (877) 484-2364.
Founded in 1980 by animal advocates Virginia Handley, Gladys Sargent and Rose Lernberg, PawPAC became the first organization dedicated to the election of candidates for state office in California who are committed to the well-being of animals.
Co-founder Virginia Handley wrote, “Nothing is more powerful than the written word—especially when it’s written in a law book! The lives of millions of animals can be affected overnight when new laws go into effect every January 1. Many organizations work to help animals, but PawPAC is unique by helping to make sure that the laws protect all animals, whether on farms, in the wild or in our homes.”
PawPAC’s annual Voting Record is a highly regarded humane scorecard that provides voters with grades for every legislator, and includes the Governor. Its Endorsements in election years reflect lifetime records for incumbents, and recommendations for promising new candidates.