Lloyd E. Levine

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Lloyd Edward Levine (born 1969) is a Democratic politician who represented California's 40th State Assembly district between December 2002 and November 2008. Prior to being elected to the Assembly, Levine served as Legislative Director to former Assemblymember John Longville.

Assemblymember Levine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from the University of California, Riverside. In 2005 Levine was given the “Outstanding Alumnus Award” for UCR. He has also completed his course work toward a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy and Administration at California State University, Sacramento. He currently resides in Sacramento. Levine married Edie Lambert, KCRA-TV station anchor (Sacramento) on Sept. 21, 2008 in Seattle, WA. Their daughter was born in 2010.

Levine was termed out of the Assembly at the end of 2008. In spring, 2008, he lost to Fran Pavley in a primary election for a state Senate seat. Levine is known for his effort to enact a spay and neutering law for some pets, his effort to ban incandescent light bulbs, his program to promote fitness, and his plastic bag recycling program. .[1]

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  1. ^ "AB 1634 Official Site - California Healthy Pets Act". Social Compassion in Legislation. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Fabian Nunez
State Assembly Majority Whip
February 9, 2004 - December 6, 2004
Succeeded by
Karen Bass
Preceded by
Robert Hertzberg
California State Assemblyman, 40th District
2002-2008
Succeeded by
Bob Blumenfield