California State Legislature, 2001–02 session
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|2001–2002 session of the|
California State Legislature
|Term||December 4, 2000 – November 30, 2002|
|President of the Senate||Cruz Bustamante (D)|
|President pro tempore||John L. Burton (D–3rd)|
|Minority Leader||Jim Brulte (R–31st)|
The 2001–2002 Session.
Dates of sessions
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Vacancies and special elections
- December 1, 2000: After pleading guilty to campaign finance violations, Jan Leja (R) agreed not to take the seat she was elected to in November 2000 for the 65th Assembly District.
- January 2001: Senator Hilda Solis (D-24) resigned to take a seat in the United States House of Representatives.
- March 6, 2001: Assembly member Gloria Romero (D-49) won the special election in the 24th Senate District to replace Solis.
- April 3, 2001: Russ Bogh (R) won the special election in the 65th Assembly District to replace Leja.
- May 15, 2001: Judy Chu (D) won the special election in the 49th Assembly District to replace Romero.
|Contents: Enacted • Pending or failed • Vetoed|
Pending or failed
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The party affiliation and district numbers of Senators are listed after their names in this list.
- Speaker Herb Wesson (D-47) from February 6, 2002
- Robert Hertzberg (D-40) to February 6, 2002
- Speaker pro Tempore Fred Keeley (D-27)
- Assistant Speaker pro Tempore Christine Kehoe (D-76)
- Majority Floor Leader Kevin Shelley (D-12)
- Minority Floor Leader Dave Cox (R-5) from March 26, 2001
- Bill Campbell (R-71) to March 26, 2001
- Chief Clerk E. Dotson Wilson
- Sergeant at Arms Ronald Pane
Note: The Chief Clerk and the Sergeant at Arms are not Members of the Legislature
Full list of members, 2001-2002
- Morain, Dan; Ingram, Carl (December 2, 2000). "Winner in Assembly Race Agrees to Give Up Office". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved July 8, 2017.
- "California Special Elections History" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved July 8, 2017.