Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi is running for re-election in Assembly District 66, a district that includes Gardena, Hermosa Beach, Lomita, the many Los Angeles communities.
Al was elected to the Assembly in 2012 receiving almost 55% of the vote in the general election. While in Sacramento, he has focused his attention on issues that matter, like jobs, education, the environment, and proper treatment for our veterans. He quickly defined himself as a leader within the legislature and was appointed Chairman of the Assembly Select Committee on Aerospace.
He authored significant legislation like AB's 777 and 927. They provide tax incentives to attract and retain aerospace jobs in California
He has served in the Assembly Budget Committee, where he helped secure a $1 billion rainy day reserve in 2013. In cooperation with fellow representatives on the Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Funding, Al fought for increased funding for K-12 schools, and on the Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee, for improved support services for homeless and disabled veteran.
Before being elected to represent Assembly District 66, Muratsuchi was a prosecutor with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and the Santa Ana City Attorney's Office. He then went on to become a prosecutor and Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice for over eleven years - a public safety background that is unmatched in Sacramento.
He has worked with politicians, community members, and voters from all across the political spectrum to get things done for the District. That is why he is the Independent Voter PAC's endorsed candidate for Assembly District 66.