Financial disclosure reports released by the Federal Election Commission showed that former State Assemblywoman Young Kim out-raised incumbent Democrat Congressman Gil Cisneros in the 2nd quarter covering April 1 to June 30. Young Kim reported raising an impressive $401,276 and ending with a strong $381,814 cash-on-hand in her first fundraising
“As a Navy veteran, I was proud to join my colleagues to pass the NDAA, invest in our national security, and support our nation’s heroes,” said Rep. Cisneros. “This legislation outlines a defense policy that reflects our values, protects our nation, and provides the resources our servicemembers need to do their
Governor Gavin Newsom has signed Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris’ first bill. Assembly Bill 608 will go into effect January 1, 2020 and will save money for both local governments and small business owners. “Holding government accountable to ensure our taxpayer dollars are spent prudently is my top priority as a State Representative,”
Michelle Steel, Vice-Chair of the Orange County Supervisors, announced raising over $535,000 in the first 60 days of her campaign for California’s 48th congressional district with over $515,000 cash-on-hand. The second fundraising quarter covers April 1st to June 30th; however, Michelle Steel formed her congressional campaign committee on May 1st.
Chief of Administration in the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and former Western Placer School District Trustee Melanie Eustice announced her candidacy for California State Assembly District 73. Eustice, a conservative Republican, launches her campaign against sitting member Bill Brough amid numerous sexual harassment allegations. She vows to restore integrity
Today, Young Kim announced she raised over $400,000 in less than two months and finished with nearly $385,000 cash-on-hand in her first candidate fundraising quarter. The campaign has also garnered overwhelming local support and has earned the endorsements of over 100 local elected officials and all three Republican county party
On a 6-0 vote with bipartisan support, Assembly Bill 558, authored by Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris (D–Laguna Beach), passed out of Senate Veterans Affairs Committee July 9, 2019. The bill also received unanimous support in Senate Judiciary Committee on July 2, 2019. AB 558 seeks to fill the need for legal
There’s good news for residents of the 47th Congressional District that resent how gerrymandering across two counties at the last moment resulted in liberal Rep. Alan Lowenthal representing the district in Washington, D.C.! Long-time Westminster resident Amy Phan West is running for Congress! Unabashedly pro-life, committed to ending California’s shocking
Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris (D-Laguna Beach) is carrying Assembly Bill 933, which will establish the Ecosystem Resilience Program within the Department of Conservation to provide funding for Watershed Coordinators to develop and implement watershed improvement plans. AB 933 passed the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee on July 9, 2019, on a
Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris (D-Laguna Beach) is authoring Assembly Bill 1128 which will help more seniors remain in their homes and in our communities, by streamlining the licensing for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) facilities. Today, AB 1128 passed on a bipartisan vote in the Senate Health Committee.
Assembly bills (AB) 919 and 920, authored by Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris (D-Laguna Beach), passed out of the Senate Health Committee today with bipartisan support. Both bills aim to increase patient protections in Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment facilities. Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris said, “As stories of abuse in the system continue, it is