Martin Gallegos

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Martin Gallegos, D.C. is a former California State Assemblyman who served from 1994 until 2000. A Democrat from Baldwin Park, he was the first chiropractor to serve in the Assembly.[1]

Gallegos attended East Los Angeles College, Occidental College, and Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.

In 2001 he ran for state senate but lost in the primary to Gloria Romero.[2] Gallegos currently serves as Senior Vice President, Health Policy and Communications for the Hospital Association of Southern California.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Los Angeles Times, June 19, 1996
  2. ^ State of California: results of special election, March 2001
  3. ^ [1]
Political offices
Preceded by
Hilda Solis
California State Assemblyman, 57th District
1994–2000
Succeeded by
Ed Chavez