Gov. Gavin Newsom's office announced today that his State of the State address will be delivered at 11 a.m. next Tuesday, Feb. 12.
The address will be delivered to a joint session of the California Legislature — the state Senate and the state Assembly — in the Assembly chamber at the state Capitol in Sacramento.
Newsom's speech will be webcast at www.calchannel.com.
This is the second time Californians will hear from the new governor. His first statewide address was his inaugural speech, on Jan. 7.
In that address, Newsom promised “a California for all,” uniting the state’s heavily populated — and heavily Democratic — coastal urban areas with the more conservative rural and agricultural regions to deal with the problems that affect all residents. “We will not be divided between rural and urban or north and south or coastal and inland,” he said. “We will strive for solidarity and face our most threatening problems — together.”