Assembly District 1 candidate speaks at Leadership Summit on faith, family, freedom

Assembly candidate Tenessa Audette will be a featured speaker along with Senator Shannon Grove, Eric Ching and Elizabeth Ahlers at America Upheld’s Sept. 16 Leadership Summit in Pasadena.

“America Upheld is proud to host Assembly District One candidate Tenessa Audette at our Leadership Summit,” said Pastor Ché Ahn. “She embodies the Biblical and constitutional values that will revive hope for all Californians.”

Protecting freedom, children and the sanctity of life will be top priorities at the upcoming meeting. A believer in the value and dignity of every human life, Audette is a strong advocate of protecting the rights of unborn babies and their mothers through positive alternatives to abortion. A mother of three herself, Audette is a champion of empowering parents to make decisions regarding their children’s education, healthcare, and upbringing.

Following the summit, former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake will appear as keynote speaker at a special gala event on behalf of America Upheld.

Tenessa Audette, the city of Redding’s Mayor Pro Tem and district representative for California’s 1st Senate District, is a California native with a degree in political science from Sonoma State College. She has extensive experience running political campaigns and is dedicated to serving the community. She is happily married to Jeff Audette, and together they raise three exceptional teenagers, Grace (Kat), Annabelle and Jaxon.People are invited to learn more and register for the summit at and to learn more about the campaign and get involved at