June 2, 2014
Contact: Rose Kapolczynski, 213-820-6930

Alex Padilla Election Day Events And Media Availability

LOS ANGELES – Alex Padilla, the leading Democrat for Secretary of State, will vote in Los Angeles and be available for interviews throughout Election Day.  Below is Padilla’s public schedule for Election Day, Tuesday, June 3.

*Alex Padilla Takes His Parents To Vote At the Polls
Time:  9:45am
Location:  Telfair Elementary School, 10975 Telfair Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91331
Background:  Every Election Day, Alex Padilla drives his mother and father to their local polling place in the San Fernando Valley.  This year, Alex’s immigrant parents will be voting to elect Alex the first Latino Secretary of State in California history.

*Alex Padilla Votes With His Wife And Their Children In Sherman Oaks
Time:  1:30pm
Location:  Sherman Oaks Women's Club, 4808 Kester Ave
Background:  Alex Padilla will be voting with his wife and their children at his home precinct in the San Fernando Valley.

*Alex Padilla Featured Guest At LA County Democratic Party Election Night
Time:  8pm through the night
Location:  Universal City Sheraton, Grand Ballroom, 333 Universal Hollywood Dr., Universal City, CA 91608
Background: The Election Night party is open to press.  Ballroom is available for press set up beginning at 5:30pm.

Padilla is available for media interviews throughout the day by contacting Dan Rottenstreich – 619-213-9839,

To learn more about Senator Padilla and his campaign for Secretary of State, please visit his website at: or follow him on Facebook or Twitter.

State Senator Alex Padilla was first elected to the State Senate in 2006 and represents more than 1.1 million residents in the 20th District, which includes most of the San Fernando Valley in the County of Los Angeles.  Winning a seat on the Los Angeles City Council in 1999, Alex was later elected by his peers as President, becoming the first Latino and youngest member ever to serve as President of the Council.  He graduated from MIT with a Mechanical Engineering degree and now serves on the MIT Board of Trustees.  Alex serves as Chair of the Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee and is currently President of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials. He lives in the San Fernando Valley with his wife Angela and their two young sons.

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