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As a local business and community leader, Dawn Ortiz-Legg regularly appears in regional media. Explore some of her recent media here.

The Tribune endorses Dawn Ortiz-Legg for State Assembly

October 14, 2016

The Tribune

Ortiz-Legg has a strong business résumé that includes work on solar energy projects, and she’s an advocate of creating and maintaining jobs.

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Cunningham, Ortiz-Legg vie for Assembly seat

August 12, 2016

Pacific Coast Business Times

Jordan Cunningham is the Republican candidate and Dawn Ortiz-Legg is the Democratic candidate for the 35th District Assembly seat.

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California primary roundup: The good, the bad, the bizarre

June 8, 2016

San Luis Obispo Tribune

The playoffs are behind us, and finally, we get down to the real deal: the November finals.

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Ortiz-Legg, Cunningham will face off for Assembly

June 7, 2016

San Luis Obispo Tribune

Democrat Dawn Ortiz-Legg will face off against Republican Jordan Cunningham in the race to succeed termed-out Republican Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian.

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Some assembly required: Four candidates run to replace Katcho Achadjian to represent the 35th District in the California Assembly

April 6, 2016

Santa Maria Sun

Two Republicans, a Democrat, and a Libertarian walk into a Central Coast bar and what happens next? The joke isn’t complete, but four candidates—Steve LeBard, Jordan Cunningham, Dawn Ortiz-Legg, and Dominic Rubini—are vying to represent the citizens of the 35th District in the state Assembly. It’s a district that covers all of San Luis Obispo County, and Santa Maria, Lompoc, and Guadalupe in Santa Barbara County.

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Solar energy consultant and businesswoman Dawn Ortiz-Legg enters Assembly race

November 19, 2015

San Luis Obispo Tribune

A longtime Central Coast resident and solar energy advocate will challenge a growing number of candidates for the seat being vacated in January by termed-out Republican State Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian.

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