California State Legislature, 2013–14 session

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2013–14 session of the
California State Legislature
2011–12 2015–16
The Great Seal of the State of California
Overview
Jurisdiction California
Term December 3, 2012 – November 30, 2014
Senate
Members 40
President of the Senate Gavin Newsom (D)
Dec. 3, 2012 – Nov. 30, 2014
President pro tempore
Minority Leader Bob Huff (R29th)
Dec. 3, 2012 – Nov. 30, 2014
Party control Democratic
Assembly
Members 80
Speaker
Minority Leader
Party control Democratic

The 2013–14 session was a session of the California State Legislature. The session first convened on December 3, 2012, and adjourned sine die on November 30, 2014.

Major events[edit]

Vacancies and special elections[edit]

Leadership changes[edit]

Party changes[edit]

Senate[edit]

Composition of the California State Senate
  Democratic Party
  Republican Party
  Suspended
Midpoint
25 1 2 12
Democratic Vacant Suspended Republican
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Vacant Suspended
End of previous legislature 25 14 39 1 0
Begin 29 10 39 1 0
January 2, 2013 27 37 3
January 10, 2013 11 38 2
February 22, 2013 26 37 3
March 21, 2013 27 38 2
May 20, 2013 28 39 1
July 1, 2013 27 38 2
August 10, 2013 12 39 1
September 26, 2013 28 40 0
December 1, 2013 11 39 1
March 28, 2014 25 36 3
April 4, 2014 12 37 0
September 22, 2014 1 2
Latest voting share 67.6% 32.4%

Officers[edit]

Position Name Party District
Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom Democratic
President pro tempore Kevin de León Democratic 22nd–Los Angeles
Majority leader Ellen Corbett Democratic 10th–Hayward
Majority caucus chair Jerry Hill Democratic 13th–San Mateo
Minority leader Bob Huff Republican 29th–Diamond Bar
Minority caucus chair Ted Gaines Republican 1st–Rocklin
Secretary Greg Schmidt
Sergeant-at-Arms Tony Beard, Jr.
Chaplain Rabbi Mona Alfi

The Secretary, the Sergeant-at-Arms, and the Chaplain are not members of the Legislature.

Members[edit]

Note that odd-numbered districts are based on the new maps created in 2011 by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission, while even-numbered districts are based on the old maps created in 2001 by the state legislature. Odd districts can overlap with even districts or leave gaps.[24]

District Name Party Residence Term-limited? Notes
1 Ted Gaines Republican Rocklin
2 Noreen Evans Democratic Santa Rosa
3 Lois Wolk Democratic Davis
4 Vacant from September 1, 2012, to January 10, 2013
Jim Nielsen Republican Gerber Sworn into office on January 10, 2013[3]
5 Cathleen Galgiani Democratic Stockton
6 Darrell Steinberg Democratic Sacramento Yes President pro tempore from December 2, 2012, to October 15, 2014
7 Mark DeSaulnier Democratic Concord
8 Leland Yee Democratic San Francisco Yes Suspended on March 28, 2014[19]
9 Loni Hancock Democratic Berkeley
10 Ellen Corbett Democratic Hayward Yes
11 Mark Leno Democratic San Francisco
12 Anthony Cannella Republican Ceres
13 Jerry Hill Democratic San Mateo
14 Tom Berryhill Republican Twain Harte
15 Jim Beall Democratic San Jose
16 Michael Rubio Democratic Shafter Resigned on February 22, 2013[4]
Vacant from February 22 to August 10
Andy Vidak Republican Hanford Sworn into office on August 10, 2013[12]
17 Bill Monning Democratic Carmel
18 Jean Fuller Republican Bakersfield
19 Hannah-Beth Jackson Democratic Santa Barbara
20 Alex Padilla Democratic Pacoima Yes
21 Steve Knight Republican Palmdale
22 Kevin de León Democratic Los Angeles President pro tempore since October 15, 2014
23 Bill Emmerson Republican Hemet Resigned on December 1, 2013[16]
Vacant from December 1, 2013, to April 4, 2014
Mike Morrell Republican Rancho Cucamonga Sworn into office on April 4
24 Edward Hernández Democratic West Covina
25 Carol Liu Democratic La Cañada Flintridge
26 Curren Price Democratic Los Angeles Resigned on July 1, 2013[10]
Vacant from July 1 to September 26
Holly Mitchell Democratic Los Angeles Sworn into office on September 26, 2013[14]
27 Fran Pavley Democratic Agoura Hills
28 Ted Lieu Democratic Torrance
29 Bob Huff Republican Diamond Bar Minority leader
30 Ronald Calderon Democratic Montebello Yes Suspended on March 28, 2014[19]
31 Richard Roth Democratic Riverside
32 Gloria Negrete McLeod Democratic Chino Yes Resigned on January 2, 2013[2]
Vacant from January 2 to May 20
Norma Torres Democratic Pomona Sworn into office on May 20, 2013[8]
33 Ricardo Lara Democratic Bell Gardens
34 Lou Correa Democratic Santa Ana Yes
35 Rod Wright Democratic Inglewood Suspended on March 28, 2014[19]
Resigned on September 22, 2014[22]
Vacant since September 22
36 Joel Anderson Republican Alpine
37 Mimi Walters Republican Irvine
38 Mark Wyland Republican Escondido Yes
39 Marty Block Democratic San Diego
40 Juan Vargas Democratic San Diego Resigned on January 2, 2013[2]
Vacant from January 2 to March 21
Ben Hueso Democratic San Diego Sworn into office on March 21, 2013[6]

Assembly[edit]

Composition of the California State Assembly
  Democratic Party
  Republican Party
  Vacant
Midpoint
55 1 24
Democratic V Republican
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Independent Republican Vacant
End of previous legislature 52 1 27 80 0
Begin 55 0 25 80 0
March 21, 2013 54 79 1
May 16, 2013 53 78 2
May 28, 2013 54 79 1
July 1, 2013 53 78 2
September 26, 2013 52 77 3
October 11, 2013 53 78 2
December 5, 2013 54 79 1
January 6, 2014 55 80 0
April 4, 2014 24 79 1
Latest voting share 69.6% 0% 30.4%

Officers[edit]

Position Name Party District
Speaker Toni Atkins Democratic 78th–San Diego
Speaker pro tempore Nora Campos Democratic 27th–San Jose
Assistant speaker pro tempore Kevin Mullin Democratic 22nd–South San Francisco
Majority floor leader V. Manuel Perez Democratic 56th–Coachella
Assistant majority floor leader Chris Holden Democratic 41st–Pasadena
Majority whip Jimmy Gomez Democratic 51st–Echo Park
Assistant majority whips Matt Dababneh Democratic 45th–Encino
Cristina Garcia Democratic 58th–Bell Gardens
Majority caucus chair Phil Ting Democratic 19th–San Francisco
Minority leader Connie Conway Republican 26th–Tulare
Assistant minority floor leader Curt Hagman Republican 55th–Chino Hills
Minority caucus chair Brian Jones Republican 71st–Santee
Deputy minority floor leader Don Wagner Republican 68th–Irvine
Chief minority whip Dan Logue Republican 3rd–Marysville
Republican whips Brian Maienschein Republican 77th–San Diego
Marie Waldron Republican 75th–Escondido
Chief Clerk E. Dotson Wilson
Sergeant-at-Arms Ronald Pane
Chaplain Father Constantine Papademos

The Chief Clerk, the Sergeant-at-Arms, and the Chaplain are not members of the Legislature.

Members[edit]

District Name Party Residence Term-limited? Notes
1 Brian Dahle Republican Bieber
2 Wesley Chesbro Democratic Arcata Yes
3 Dan Logue Republican Marysville Yes
4 Mariko Yamada Democratic Davis Yes
5 Frank Bigelow Republican O'Neals
6 Beth Gaines Republican Rocklin
7 Roger Dickinson Democratic Sacramento
8 Ken Cooley Democratic Rancho Cordova
9 Richard Pan Democratic Sacramento
10 Marc Levine Democratic San Rafael
11 Jim Frazier Democratic Oakley
12 Kristin Olsen Republican Modesto
13 Susan Eggman Democratic Stockton
14 Susan Bonilla Democratic Concord
15 Nancy Skinner Democratic Berkeley Yes
16 Joan Buchanan Democratic Alamo Yes
17 Tom Ammiano Democratic San Francisco Yes
18 Rob Bonta Democratic Alameda
19 Phil Ting Democratic San Francisco
20 Bill Quirk Democratic Hayward
21 Adam Gray Democratic Merced
22 Kevin Mullin Democratic South San Francisco
23 Jim Patterson Republican Fresno
24 Rich Gordon Democratic Menlo Park
25 Bob Wieckowski Democratic Fremont
26 Connie Conway Republican Tulare Yes Minority leader
27 Nora Campos Democratic San Jose
28 Paul Fong Democratic Cupertino Yes
29 Mark Stone Democratic Scotts Valley
30 Luis Alejo Democratic Watsonville
31 Henry Perea Democratic Fresno
32 Rudy Salas Democratic Bakersfield
33 Tim Donnelly Republican Twin Peaks
34 Shannon Grove Republican Bakersfield
35 Katcho Achadjian Republican San Luis Obispo
36 Steve Fox Democratic Palmdale
37 Das Williams Democratic Santa Barbara
38 Scott Wilk Republican Santa Clarita
39 Raul Bocanegra Democratic Pacoima
40 Mike Morrell Republican Rancho Cucamonga Resigned on April 4, 2014
Vacant since April 4
41 Chris Holden Democratic Pasadena
42 Brian Nestande Republican Palm Desert Yes
43 Mike Gatto Democratic Los Angeles
44 Jeff Gorell Republican Camarillo
45 Bob Blumenfield Democratic Woodland Hills Yes Resigned on July 1, 2013[11]
Vacant from July 1, 2013, to January 6, 2014
Matt Dababneh Democratic Encino Sworn into office on January 6, 2014[18]
46 Adrin Nazarian Democratic Sherman Oaks
47 Cheryl Brown Democratic Rialto
48 Roger Hernandez Democratic West Covina
49 Ed Chau Democratic Monterey Park
50 Richard Bloom Democratic Santa Monica
51 Jimmy Gomez Democratic Echo Park
52 Norma Torres Democratic Pomona Yes Resigned on May 16, 2013[7]
Vacant from May 16 to October 11
Freddie Rodriguez Democratic Pomona Sworn into office on October 11, 2013[15]
53 John Pérez Democratic Los Angeles Yes Speaker from December 3, 2012, to May 12, 2014[23]
54 Holly Mitchell Democratic Los Angeles Resigned on September 26, 2013[13]
Vacant from September 26 to December 5
Sebastian Ridley-Thomas Democratic Los Angeles Sworn into office on December 5, 2013[17]
55 Curt Hagman Republican Chino Hills Yes
56 V. Manuel Perez Democratic Coachella Yes
57 Ian Calderon Democratic Whittier
58 Cristina Garcia Democratic Bell Gardens
59 Reggie Jones-Sawyer Democratic Los Angeles
60 Eric Linder Republican Corona
61 Jose Medina Democratic Riverside
62 Steven Bradford Democratic Gardena Yes
63 Anthony Rendon Democratic Lakewood
64 Isadore Hall, III Democratic Compton Yes
65 Sharon Quirk-Silva Democratic Fullerton
66 Al Muratsuchi Democratic Torrance
67 Melissa Melendez Republican Lake Elsinore
68 Don Wagner Republican Irvine
69 Tom Daly Democratic Anaheim
70 Bonnie Lowenthal Democratic Long Beach Yes
71 Brian Jones Republican Santee
72 Travis Allen Republican Huntington Beach
73 Diane Harkey Republican Dana Point Yes
74 Allan Mansoor Republican Costa Mesa
75 Marie Waldron Republican Escondido
76 Rocky Chavez Republican Oceanside
77 Brian Maienschein Republican San Diego
78 Toni Atkins Democratic San Diego Speaker since May 12, 2014[23]
79 Shirley Weber Democratic San Diego
80 Ben Hueso Democratic San Diego Resigned on March 21, 2013[5]
Vacant from March 21 to May 28
Lorena Gonzalez Democratic San Diego Sworn into office on May 28, 2013[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Friday, August 31, 2012" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. pp. 5132–5133. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "Monday, January 7, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 39. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Thursday, January 10, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 48. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Monday, February 25, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 217. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  5. ^ a b "Thursday, March 21, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 644. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  6. ^ a b "Thursday, March 21, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 330. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  7. ^ a b "Monday, May 20, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 1493. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  8. ^ a b "Monday, May 20, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 967. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  9. ^ a b "Tuesday, May 28, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. pp. 1648–1649. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  10. ^ a b "Monday, July 1, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. pp. 1615–1616. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  11. ^ a b "Monday, July 1, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 2232. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  12. ^ a b "Monday, August 12, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 1754. Retrieved August 28, 2013.
  13. ^ a b "Thursday, September 26, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. pp. 3385–3386. Retrieved November 1, 2013.
  14. ^ a b "Thursday, September 26, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 2459. Retrieved November 1, 2013.
  15. ^ a b "Friday, October 11, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 3395. Retrieved November 1, 2013.
  16. ^ a b "Wednesday, November 27, 2013" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 2496. Retrieved December 28, 2013.
  17. ^ a b "Thursday, December 5, 2013" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 3452. Retrieved December 12, 2013.
  18. ^ a b "Monday, January 6, 2014" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 3474. Retrieved January 19, 2014.
  19. ^ a b c d "Friday, March 28, 2014" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 2996. Retrieved May 12, 2014.
  20. ^ "Thursday, April 3, 2014" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 4324. Retrieved May 12, 2014.
  21. ^ "Thursday, April 3, 2014" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 3042. Retrieved May 12, 2014.
  22. ^ a b "Wednesday, September 17, 2014" (PDF). Senate Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Secretary of the California State Senate. p. 5029. Retrieved September 26, 2014.
  23. ^ a b c "Monday, May 12, 2014" (PDF). Assembly Daily Journal. Sacramento, California: Chief Clerk of the California State Assembly. p. 4884. Retrieved October 15, 2014.
  24. ^ "2013-2014 Senate Districts". California State Legislature. Retrieved January 5, 2013.

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