CADEM Candidate Forum Sells Out in Under 24 Hours

United States, California, Los Angeles – 04-04-2019 ( — (West Hollywood) The Stonewall Democratic Club is excited to announce tickets for our upcoming and highly anticipated CADEM Chair Forum co-hosted with the LACDP has sold out in just 24 hours after announcing the free ticket sale. Over 300 tickets were reserved by members and guests for the April 8th Forum that will be hosted at the West Hollywood Park Auditorium, located at 647 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 from 7-9PM. Hosted by Stonewall Democratic Club Communications Vice President Marcus Lovingood, the Forum will be under 2-hours giving candidates 2-minutes to answer each question, curated by the club’s Political team sourced from the Club’s Members. A limited number of questions will also be collected from the audience in card form. The forum will also be livestreamed on the club’s Facebook Page. Waitlist for tickets are still available, but Club Members will get priority entrance. You can become a member by visiting

Candidates in attendance will be Daraka Larimore-Hall, Kimberly Ellis, Rusty Hicks, Lenore Albert and Dr. Rita Ramirez in addition to a list of VIP guests and politicians. We are issuing a limited number of press credentials so please send all requests to [email protected] On Monday, April 8th, 2019 from 7-9PM the Stonewall Democratic Club will host a public forum showcasing five (5) candidates seeking the seat of the Chair of the California Democratic Party hosted at the West Hollywood Park Auditorium, located at 647 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069.

For More Information visit Stonewall Democratic Club For Further Inquiries: Marcus Lovingood, [email protected]

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Company Name: Stonewall Democratic CLub
Full Name: Marcus Lovingood
Phone: 3235530611
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