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Catharine Baker
Former Assemblywoman representing California's 16th Assembly District. Twin mom. Minivan chauffeur. Archery instructor.
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Catharine Baker Dec 2
Worth reading in full. “[M]any of the election fraud theories floating around don’t withstand scrutiny....In an election with 155 million votes, there are no doubt irregularities and maybe some fraud....but we haven’t seen claims that are credible.”
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Catharine Baker Dec 1
If having accurate information about casting and counting ballots in California was important to you this election cycle, consider supporting in your giving.
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Catharine Baker Dec 1
So many opportunities for Giving Tuesday. The non-profits running this critical food program are some of ours, along w/ ’s Pave the Way Campaign & . Wherever you choose to give, let’s stretch ourselves and give all we possibly can. The need is great.
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Catharine Baker Nov 30
Replying to @mrcrpoetry
Thank you! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Best wishes for a healthy and happy holiday season ahead.
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Catharine Baker Nov 24
Have had many a memorable interview with & — well, memorable for me, especially as a first-time candidate. This is sad news, but I’ll be listening to them wherever they add their voices. Wishing them well.
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▪️ Mike Gatto ▪️ Nov 23
LISTEN to this great story on ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ by ⁦⁩ about how CA has been putting people at risk for identity theft ThankYou ⁦⁩ for the shout-out to me & ⁦⁩ for our efforts to stop it
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Catharine Baker Nov 23
Replying to @LivermoreWatch
Thanks. I did check their timeline before sharing and felt it was worth sharing. Then again, I also have a worry-wort inner prepper in me.
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Catharine Baker Nov 23
Wait. What? I feel like this should be getting a little more attention.
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LLF Nov 23
This year 6,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with ALS - a tortuous enemy. We don't know why ALS starts or why it progresses. But we're on a journey to affect change. Will you join us 'on the road' to a cure? , ,
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Catharine Baker Nov 22
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. I’ve been converted.
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Catharine Baker Nov 20
Replying to @CBakerAD16
I would like to add: this was recorded and produced entirely remotely.
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Catharine Baker Nov 20
Ready for something uplifting? Check out High School Notes A Cappella Concert via . Thank you and ! Be sure to catch the last song. It’s a sing-along.
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Kevin Yamamura Nov 18
This tweet didn't age well.
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California Forward Nov 17
It's almost here! Register for the 2020 Summit on Dec. 3-4: It's the 9th annual gathering of CA leaders dedicated to growing the economy, improving environmental quality & increasing opportunity for all
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Catharine Baker Nov 17
Replying to @FlashReport
Many legislators do a “there ought to be a law” competition for students. I did it one time, and suggested students think not just about creating a new law, but repealing a law to improve our lives. Think of it as “there ought not to be a law.”
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Catharine Baker Nov 16
Replying to @macsmith413
Yes. Very. And feel the same about the Governor’s French Laundry party.
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Catharine Baker Nov 16
I double dare you. This is a great way to kick off your weekend and Thanksgiving week as a family.
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Catharine Baker Nov 15
How refreshing it is to find more debate in my Twitter feed about Mandalorian boob armor than the outgoing president. . TY
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California Forward Nov 11
“It's a fantastic opportunity to network, to learn and to bring new ideas back to your organization.” Learn more about the Summit & how it brings together leaders across sectors to drive change:
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Catharine Baker Nov 12
Replying to @lance_hastings
I always liked the baby cow.
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