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David Rosenberg Re-elected Chairman of California Lottery Commission

18 February 2003

SACRAMENTO, California --(Press Release)-- The California Lottery Commission announced today, the re-election of Commissioner David Rosenberg, 56 as Chairman of the California Lottery Commission. Retired El Dorado County Sheriff Hal Barker was elected Vice-Chairman of the Commission.

The California Lottery is governed by a five-member Commission which is appointed by the Governor. Rosenberg was appointed to the Lottery Commission, an unpaid position, by Governor Davis in March 1999.

Commissioner David Rosenberg was appointed to the Commission in March 1999 to the Lottery Commission to a term that expired in November 2001. Governor Davis reappointed Rosenberg to a subsequent term that expires in November of 2006. David Rosenberg of Davis, California, was elected to the first of three consecutive terms on the Davis City Council in 1984. During his 12 years of city council service, he served two terms as Mayor. In 1996 he was elected to Yolo County Board of Supervisors representing the fourth district, served as board chair in 1997, and was re-elected in 2000. As County Supervisor, his leadership positions include serving as a member of the Yolo- Solano Air Quality Management District, as a member of the California Council on Criminal Justice Planning, as Chairman of the Yolo County Economic Development Council and co-chairman of the Criminal Justice Cabinet. For the past ten years, Rosenberg has served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and was the former chairman of the California Law Revision Commission.

Rosenberg, an attorney, established a private law practice in Sacramento, then in Davis, California, which he continued through 2000. Rosenberg was a partner in the law Firm of Diepenbrock, Wulff, Plant, & Hannegan from 1986-1996 and was also a partner in the law firm of Felderstein, Rosenberg & McManus from 1981-1986. From 1976- 1981, Rosenberg served as Deputy Appointments Secretary and later as Deputy Executive Secretary and Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.

He received his law degree in 1974 from the University of California, Davis and A Bachelor of Science degree in journalism in 1968 from California Polytechnic State University.

The Lottery provides 52.7 percent of its revenues to players as prizes, 34.1 percent to public schools, and no more than 16 percent for administrative expenses of operating the Lottery which includes 6.9 percent for retailer commissions. Since 1985, the Lottery has raised more than $14 billion for public schools.

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