The city of Sacramento can portray two dramatically different images: One a boring and staid government town, slow to embrace change as political parties do battle over state issues. The other is one of a trendsetter for groundbreaking ideas that generate policies with global impact and a rapidly evolving downtown that is attracting the next generation of innovators and political entrepreneurs.
Sacramento is one of the most diverse cities in the country, benefiting from homegrown talent as well as an influx from the Bay Area. And while many think of the Capitol as a stodgy town dominated by government agencies, many of us in the political and policy arena see the city as a dynamic place with great opportunities.
Read the rest of LPA Vice President Justin Knighten’s Op-Ed in The Sacramento Bee