Republican candidate Ricky Gill questions Jerry McNerney’s record
Lodi native and congressional candidate Ricky Gill, 24, speaks
at the Lodi Republican Women’s luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 19,
- Ricky Gill at a glance
Born: May 6, 1987 at Lodi Memorial
Education: St. Anne's and Mokelumne River
schools; 2005 graduate of Tokay High School, where he was
valedictorian with a 4.56 grade-point average; graduated Phi Beta
Kappa in 2009 from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of
Public and International Affairs; Boalt Law School at University of
Public involvement: Volunteered during high
school at St. Mary's Interfaith Community Services for the homeless
in Stockton; co-chaired the Greater Lodi Area Youth Commission;
appointed in 2004 by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as student member
of the California Board of Education; spoke about educational
equality in 2005 at the California Republican Party convention in
San Diego; policy consultant for Educational Testing Service in
Princeton, NJ., where his researched ways to boost higher education
degree attainment; worked in 2006 for former U.S. Senate Majority
Leader Bill Frist and the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and
Pensions; interned in Sacramento Kings front office in 2007; legal
counselor for the Oakland Athletics in the summer of 2010; math and
literacy mentor at KIPP Bay Area charter schools.
Family: Parents, Drs. Jasbir and Param Gill, of
Lodi; two brothers.
Campaign headquarters: 6120 W. Banner Road,
Flag City. Phone number 209-565-4795.
More information: Visit www.rickygill.com, follow Gill on
Twitter at @4rickygill or on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/4rickygill, or send an email to
— Source: Ricky Gill
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2011 12:00 am
Lodi native Ricky Gill told a Republican group on Wednesday that
he will focus his congressional campaign squarely on the record of
Democratic opponent Jerry McNerney.
Addressing the Lodi Republican Women at its monthly luncheon at
Woodbridge Crossing, Gill, 24, said that McNerney has shown a
“breach of trust” in several areas. They include:
Thursday, October 20, 2011 12:00 am.