The Senate welcomes seven women Presidents of the California State University system who now represent a majority of the Presidents in the CSU system.

On each Senator's Home Page you will find his/her contact information, Capitol and District addresses and phone numbers, a map of the district, the Member's biography, a list of all the legislation authored by that Senator, his/her committee memberships, press releases and other publications, district links, and more.

For general inquiries, please contact Senator McGuire's district office by emailing: senator.mcguire@senate.ca.gov

Schedule request Send an email Sign up to receive emails State Capitol 1303 10th Street, Room 5061 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916-651-4002 Fax: 916-651-4902 Eureka Office: 1036 5th St., Suite D Eureka, CA 95501 Phone: 707-445-6508 Fax: 707-445-6511

Email Connie Schedule Requests Signup for Updates Capitol Office State Capitol, Room 4061, Sacramento, CA 95814Phone: (916) 651-4020Fax: (916) 651-4920 Chino Office 11760 Central Ave., Suite 100, Chino, CA 91710Phone: (909) 591-7016Fax: (909) 591-7096

District staff can assist you with state-related matters, such as: Department of Motor Vehicles; Foreclosure Prevention Programs; Consumer Complaints

Appropriations Committee meets every Monday at 10:00 A.M. in Room 4203. JURISDICTION: Bills that are subject to Joint Rule 10.5 and are not referred to the Budget and Fiscal Review Committee.

Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) represents the Southeast Los Angeles County cities of California's 33rd Senate District. Raised in a blue collar immigrant household, Ricardo knows first-hand the challenges facing working families and is committed to improving the quality of life for all Californians.

Rules Committee meets every Wednesday, 1:30 pm, Room 113. JURISDICTION: Proposed amendments to the rules and other matters relating to the business of the Legislature. ...

SACRAMENTO – The Senate Public Safety Committee today passed important legislation authored by Senator Connie M. Leyva (D-Chino) that will require law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories to promptly analyze and test all newly collected rape kit evidence in California.