Rep. Thompson virtual town hall on Coronavirus Thurs Nov 18 7pm

Members and Friends of PDB, our Congressman Mike Thompson will have a Zoom Town Hall tomorrow evening, Thursday Nov. 18 at 7:00 pm, discussing the recent surge in coronavirus cases in our region, state, and across the country. Local health experts will be on hand to share how we all can best protect ourselves now and in the immediate months ahead. Below is more information for the event.

From: Rep. Mike Thompson
Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 8:11 AM
Subject: Virtual Town Hall on Coronavirus

NOVEMBER 18, 2020
Dear Friend,

Coronavirus case rates are spiking in our district and across our nation, at a time when people would usually be making plans to see family and friends and travel for the holidays. We must all be doing everything we can to keep ourselves, our families and our communities safe from this virus. That means scaling down our celebrations and staying home for the holidays. I know this is hard to do right now, particularly because we are all tired of the pandemic. But it’s what we need to do to get through this together.

To help you navigate this stressful time and answer your questions about staying safe, this Thursday, November 19 at 7pm PT, I am holding my seventeenth Virtual Town Hall. We will be joined by George Rutherford, MD, Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UC San Francisco and Dr. Karen Relucio, Deputy Director of Napa County Health and Human Services-Public Health Officer, for a discussion about the surging Coronavirus case rate. You will need to register for this event by emailing your name to Thompson.Townhall@mail.house.gov. Shortly before the event you will receive an email with instructions on how to join and we will also simulcast the event on my Facebook page.

I hope you will join me for this Virtual Town Hall. Remember that you can always call my office if you need immediate assistance.

Sincerely,

Mike Thompson
Member of Congress

Benicia Election Results November 2020

Congratulations to our endorsed candidates, Mayor-elect Steve Young and Councilmember-elect Terry Scott!

Here are links to an important KQED report by Ted Goldberg, and other Benicia election details and analysis by Roger Straw on the Benicia Independent:

For additional incoming Benicia updates and information on our local vote totals for California races and propositions and the US Presidential race, go to the Solano County Registrar of Voters ELECTION RESULTS PAGE.