I want California to prosper

That means; good jobs, reliable energy, dependable transportation options, affordable healthcare, safe cities and good schools.



    One of my top priorities is safer communities both at home and throughout our state. As a Hayward City Councilmember, I continually worked for resources to support our local police and fire services to keep neighborhoods safe. As your State Assemblymember, I support law enforcement by opposing state raids on funds for local government.

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    One of my top priorities both in and out of political office is climate change. California is responsible for approximately 1 percent of the world’s global greenhouse gas emissions and, thus, needs to address the problem of climate change with a global perspective.

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  • JOBS

    In the long run, the most important factor in increasing jobs in California is education. The K-12 schools and Community Colleges and Universities will determine if Californians can qualify for jobs or if industry will import workers from other states and countries. 

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