Privacy Policy

This privacy policy is effective June 1, 2019

This website, (“Site”), is owned and operated by Senate of the Economy, a California nonprofit.

This online privacy statement informs you, the user, as to what information may be collected on or through the Senate’s Site, how the Senate may collect, use, or process the information collected and under what circumstances or conditions we may disclose Personal Information (defined below) the Senate collects from or about you through this Site (the “Privacy Statement”). 

This Privacy Statement may apply to Personal Information collected from you offline.  

This Privacy Statement and use of this Site are intended for individuals or companies located in the United States and for individuals, who are age 21 or older.

This Privacy Statement is made part of the Senate’s Terms of Use. If you have not done so already, please also review the Terms of Use. If you do not agree with any part of this Privacy Statement or our Terms of Use, then please refrain from accessing or using the Site.  

The Senate  may provide links to third-party sites on its Site, but this Privacy Statement does not apply to those sites and the Senate does not disclose Personal Information to those sites via such links or otherwise.  

Personal Information we collect:

For purposes of this Privacy Statement, “Personal Information” means any information that identifies you as a specific person. 

This includes:

  • Name
  • Address and/or web address
  • Phone numbers, fax number
  • Email address


Personal Information also includes information that does not directly identify you but when combined with other information identifies (or can be used to identify) you. 

How Personal Information online is collected: 

The Senate has access to and collects Personal Information that you voluntarily provide us by email or other electronic means. You can access or visit the Site and obtain information about the Senate without disclosing Personal Information.

Through Server Logs: A server log is a list of the activities that a server performs. The Senate’s servers automatically collect and store in server logs, your search queries, Internet Protocol (IP) address, the date and time of any request and referral URL.

From Your Computer: Information about your computer is collected, such as operating system version, browser type, or domain name of your Internet service provider.

Through Cookies and Similar Tools: We use cookies and similar technology to automatically collect information about you when you use the Site. Please read the “How We Use Data Collection Tools” section (below) to learn more about how the Senate uses these tools.

 Use of Personal Information

The Senate uses your voluntarily provided Personal Information in order to respond to you with regard to the reason you contacted us. We will not share your Personal Information or transfer any Personal Information, without your express consent, except the Senate may:

  • Contact you to provide information about news or updates on events, information relevant to the Senate’s voter, civic engagement or climate action activities, or changes to this Privacy Statement or Terms of Use, unless you advise us otherwise
  • Use or disclose Personal Information to comply with the law, court orders, or requests from governmental agencies.

Sharing of Personal Information Collected

California law provides individual residents the rights to opt-out of the Senate’s disclosure of Personal Information to third parties for their marketing purposes or to request of the Senate a list of third parties to whom the Senate may have disclosed Personal Information. However, the Sewnate does not disclose, share, or make available to third parties Personal Information for such marketing purposes.

 Measures to Safeguard Personal Information

The Senate takes the following measures to help protect Personal Information that the Senate collects and uses:

  • Computer safeguards
  • Reasonable measures to securely destroy or de-identify Personal Information when no longer needed
  • Reasonable measures to maintain Personal Information only as long as needed to fulfill the purpose of obtaining and maintaining Personal Information, unless otherwise needed to comply with applicable law and regulation

The Senate is not liable for the theft or disclosure of such Information which may occur despite the Senate’s safeguards and reasonable measures to protect such Information. 

 Your Access to and Control Over Personal Information

You may opt out of any future contacts from the Senate at any time. You may take the following actions at any time by contacting us via the address or email addresses given below:

  • View the Personal Information the Senate has about you
  • Change or correct any Personal Information the Senate has about you
  • Request deletion or removal of any Personal Information the Senate has about you
  • Express any concern you have about the Senate’s collection, use, processing, protection or disclosure of any Personal Information the Senate has about you 

 Contact Us

For any questions or comments with regard to this Privacy Statement, or your Personal Information, please contact us at the following address:

Senate of the Economy

2381 Rosecrans Ave., Suite 350

El Segundo, CA 90245

Alternatively, you may contact the Senate’s Board of Directors via email at the following email addresses:

Michael Rolland  

Ms. Leslie Williams, Esq.

John Gosch, CPA

Christina Mathesius

Senate of the Economy is a California state registered service mark of the Senate.