Pictured: RNLA Los Angeles Chapter reception at the Kopple residence in March
Join the RNLA for a meet-and-greet reception featuring RNLA member and candidate for California Assembly District 44, Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy. Other Republican candidates for statewide offices will also be invited. Food and beverages will be provided.
Space is limited and an RSVP is required to attend. To RSVP, please click here. For questions, please email RNLA Membership Director Rich Kisielowski at info@RepublicanLawyer.net.
Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy is a wife and working mom that believes California has all of the potential to be an amazing place where she can continue to raise her children, and where they can build lives for themselves.
As an attorney and small business owner, Ronda has seen regulations that are keeping local employers from having successful businesses in California. The cost of doing business in California continues to go up, and the “tax and spend” philosophy in Sacramento does not represent the hardworking people in Ventura County. California is becoming unaffordable for working families, and impossible for our children to be able to plan a future here.
As an educator and mother, Ronda has watched California public schools fail our children. Recent accounts have our schools ranked as low as 44th in the nation- that’s unacceptable. California should be leading the country when it comes to educating our children. The home of the greatest advances in technology and bio-tech should be doing better for the next generation. We need to pay good teachers more and get rid of those that are failing our students.
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Ronda is the granddaughter of the first African-American elected to the Wisconsin state legislature. She was raised with the fundamental principle that there is no substitute for hard work. It was this philosophy that helped me to her get through college and law school at 40 years old, working as a full-time paralegal, with newborn triplets.
Currently Ronda is a practicing lawyer in Ventura County as well as the Dean of a California Law School. She lives in Oak Park with her husband, Michael and their five year old triplets, Annabel, Bianca, and Liam.