Glazer & Baker Resume Bipartisan Town Halls


SACRAMENTO – Continuing an unprecedented display of bipartisan teamwork, Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) and Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-Dublin) resume their joint town hall tour this week through their mutual East Bay districts.

Glazer and Baker are holding two bipartisan town halls next week: Tuesday, February 20 in Livermore and Thursday, February 22 in Walnut Creek, their 13th and 14th joint appearance since they began to hold these bipartisan conversations with their constituents.

Nowhere else in the United States have two elected officials from opposing parties joined together in such a sustained effort to listen to voters’ concerns without regard to party affiliation.

Here are the upcoming Bipartisan Town Halls (All times are 6:30-7:30 p.m.):

  • Tuesday, February 20th – Livermore Town Hall, East Avenue Middle School Multi-Use Room, 3951 East Avenue, Livermore, CA
  • Thursday, February 22nd – Walnut Creek Town Hall, Bancroft Elementary, 2200 Parish Drive, Walnut Creek, CA
  • Tuesday, February 27th – Pleasanton Town Hall, Foothill High School, Multi-Purpose Room, 4375 Foothill, Pleasanton, CA
  • Monday, March 5th – Orinda Town Hall, Orinda Library Auditorium, 26 Orinda Way, Orinda


  1. I recently attended one of their joint town hall sessions in Lafayette. It was very informative, and each lawmaker answered whatever questions were asked of them in a respectful manner, while still holding to their respective positions on issues raised.

    This is very refreshing to see. Maybe there is hope that we can get past the extremely polarized political environment we find ourselves in. These two are certainly setting a good example.

  2. I agree John. I hope this type of politics gets rewarded and helps become the norm. Of course I will not hold my breath as long as selfserving politicians continue to hold office. Voters take note to eradicate politicians whom can’t accept different opinions.

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