Califonia State Assembly District 67

California State Assembly District 67 runs from above Temescal Valley, south through Lake Elsinore to Murrieta. Up the 215 through Menifee, northeast to Homeland,  East Hemet, and French Valley and everything in between.


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Jerry Carlos

I was born in Los Angeles and lived in a garage in South Central L.A.  I was a kindergarten drop out and attended 3 schools in first grade.  I excelled in high school and won scholarship money to attend the University of California, Riverside.  I have lived in the Inland Empire ever since I was 17. 

While in high school I worked as a high school custodian and for a parks & recreation department.  In college I worked for a fire department and was an audio-visual technician.  After graduation, I was in the US Army and was a reservist for 8 years.  During that time, I was a patrol deputy for the Riverside County Sheriff working out of the Elsinore and then the Riverside stations.  I was the first police chief for the Riverside Community College District.  I then went into several businesses for myself.  My current business is over 30 years old. 
I want to represent the 67th Assembly District, which is basically the same area I patrolled as a deputy. I’ve been working Southwest Riverside County since 1972.  Our schools have improved greatly, but our traffic has worsened.  Our incomes have increased, but so have the number of people living on the street.  My desire is to make this part of the Inland Empire a great place to live. 

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Califonia State Senate District 23

California State Senate District 23 from Menifee in the south to Phelan in the northwest.  From Phelan travel east through Crestline and Big Bear.  Go South through Banning and Beaumont to San Jacinto and to Hemet.


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Abigail Medina

Abigail Medina is the eldest daughter of working-class immigrant parents and a mother of five.

In her youth, Abigail was a part of the foster care system and she understands the need to combat poverty. While being a mother, she worked in fields picking tomatoes in California to help support her family and she knows firsthand some of the concerns laborers have. Her mission is to give a voice to underserved and underrepresented communities.

Abigail is a San Bernardino City Unified School board member. Since being elected to the SBCUSD in 2013, Abigail has taken the lead on the board’s budget and strategic planning. Under her leadership, high school graduation rates have exceeded state and county standards for the first time in over 40 years. Abigail has also spearheaded efforts to increase parent engagement, expand AVID programs into elementary schools, align graduation requirements to meet CSU/UC A-G requirements, and has passed resolutions such as Safe Zones, and Census 2020 Complete Count. Prior to serving on the school board, Abigail worked with numerous community organizations including the Congregation Organized for Prophetic Engagement (COPE), Health Advocates, and the California Association for the Gifted and the District African American Advisory Council. Abigail is also the Executive Director of the Inland Region Equality Network (IREN). Abigail has championed environmental protections, educational improvement, equality and fair treatment of LGBT+ individuals in San Bernardino and throughout the Inland Empire.​Abigail has a proven track record as a community advocate. She has been a powerful voice in the community working to improve the lives of everyone, particularly when it comes to environmental protection, expanding educational access and equality and fair treatment. Abigail has also worked tirelessly to expand opportunities for at-risk-youth and families from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.

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Democrats of SW Riverside 

PO Box 1199

Murrieta, California 92564