Top 100 Party – August 20, 2019
Each year, Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 names the most powerful movers and shakers in California politics. We don’t include elected officials. Instead, we look at those who devote their professional lives to fighting for – or against – issues of state politics and policy, including lobbyists, bureaucrats, activists, trade group leaders, Capitol staffers and even journalists.
This year is the Tenth Anniversary Top 100 List at a lively end-of-session reception on Tuesday, August 20. You’re invited to celebrate with us at this very special mixer. Enjoy a hosted bar, delicious snacks and live entertainment from the Little Charlie Caravan in one of the most beautiful historic settings in the city. You’ll have fun! You’ll be the first to receive a copy of Capitol Weekly’s 2019 Top 100 Book!
And you’ll be supporting a good cause: All proceeds from The Top 100 Party benefit Open California, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit publisher of Capitol Weekly.
Open California was founded in 2012 to continue – and expand on – the important public policy work done by Capitol Weekly.
Seven years later, Open California is growing. We’ve maintained a grueling schedule: regular updates to CapitolWeekly.net, the Roundup, The Capitol Weekly Podcast and Political Pulse, produced our quarterly Public Policy Conference series and our Politics on Tap TV show, and our Public Policy Journalism internship program.
Come help us celebrate our 10th Anniversary of The Top 100! Tickets to the Top 100 Party are $100 each, and the ticket price is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.*
Or, become a Top 100 Party Host for $500 and receive five tickets and our undying gratitude. (Call 916 444 7665 for details.)
Don’t miss this very special night – see you on August 20!
Capitol Weekly Top 100 Party, Tuesday, August 20, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM, The Sutter Club, 1220 9th Street, Sacramento
For more information, including sponsorships, contact Tim Foster at 916 444 7665 or firstname.lastname@example.org
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! The California Endowment, The Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations, KP Public Affairs, California Professional Firefighters, California Medical Association, Personal Insurance Federation of California, State Building and Construction Trades Council, The California Dental Association, Perry Communications, Lucas Public Affairs, Bay Area Council, Pandora, Townsend Calkin Tapio, The California Channel and The California Center.