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Suzette’s path to the California State Assembly was an unlikely one.
She grew up in the San Fernando Valley, the granddaughter of a farmworker who worked alongside Cesar Chavez in the vineyards near Bakersfield. She was blessed with loving parents who valued education, family and community responsibility.
Suzette was elected to the California State Assembly with 76% of the vote in November 2020. Assemblywoman Valladares was selected to serve as the Vice Chair of the Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media Committee, and on the Assembly Committees on the Budget (Education Finance, Public Safety Subcommittees), Communications and Conveyance, Rules, and Higher Education.
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“I have known Suzette for many years not only as a legislator but also as a true friend. Suzette will be a strong voice for the Santa Clarita Valley and Northern San Fernando Valley. I know she will fight to fix homelessness in our communities and help ensure public safety,” Barger said. “Suzette will work
January 25, 2022 (Los Angeles County) – Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares, running for re-election to the California State Assembly in the newly drawn 40th Assembly District, today announced a key endorsement from Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger. “I have known Suzette for many years not only as a legislator but also as a true friend.
Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, announced via Twitter that she would seek the 40th Assembly District reelection. “With the support and encouragement of my family, friends and community leaders, I am happy to announce that I’m running for reelection in the 40th Assembly District,” Valladares said in a Twitter post, ”which includes my home in the
Following the honorees being named earlier this month, The Signal hosted its annual luncheon Monday to acknowledge those who are among the “Top 51 Most Influential” people in the Santa Clarita Valley for 2021. Held at Salt Creek Grille in the Valencia Town Center, the event honored all those who had been recognized for their local work,
Twelve years in the making, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station has announced their official transition into the new facility, resulting in an updated phone number for non-emergency calls and new exchange zone protocols to allow for another 50 years of service. The doors to the new Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officially opened Thursday
The California Public Utilities Commission unanimously voted 4-0 to approve an increase in the capacity at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility to 41.16 billion cubic feet. The decision was made after 100,000 metric tons of methane were emitted into the atmosphere in 2015 and a $1.8 billion settlement was reached this year. Commissioner