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Community advocate Dan Pressburg hosted a candidate brunch at his North Long Beach home last Saturday morning, attracting area voters and media hoping to meet candidates running for local elected offices. Attendees met and mingled while eating breakfast-type refreshments inside and on the patio of Pressburg’s historic home— a former dairy and creamery.

Oren Grossi (left) of Long Beach has a conversation with 37th Congressional candidate Nick Dibs, an Independent who garnered enough signatures to put his name on the November ballot challenging Democrat incumbent Laura Richardson and Republican Star Parker.

Oren Grossi (left) of Long Beach has a conversation with 37th Congressional candidate Nick Dibs, an Independent who garnered enough signatures to put his name on the November ballot challenging Democrat incumbent Laura Richardson and Republican Star Parker.

Seated under the gazebo in the patio, Martha Flores-Gibson, Republican candidate for 54th District State Assembly (running against Democrat incumbent Bonnie Lowenthal) answers questions from attendees as host Dan Pressburg looks on.

Seated under the gazebo in the patio, Martha Flores-Gibson, Republican candidate for 54th District State Assembly (running against Democrat incumbent Bonnie Lowenthal) answers questions from attendees as host Dan Pressburg looks on.

Republican Mattie Fein (far right), challenger for 36th Congressional District against Democrat Jane Harman, chats with Long Beach residents Tom O'Keefe and Laurie Angel, and Fein's campaign manager Ali Wolter.

Republican Mattie Fein (far right), challenger for 36th Congressional District against Democrat Jane Harman, chats with Long Beach residents Tom O'Keefe and Laurie Angel, and Fein's campaign manager Ali Wolter.

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Candid with candidates