California's 1st State Assembly district
California's 1st State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. Its seat in the legislature is currently vacant. It was represented by Republican Brian Dahle of Bieber until June 2019, when he resigned after being elected to represent the 1st Senate District in a special election. 
|California's 1st State Assembly district|
• Voting age
• Citizen voting age
17.24% No party preference
A special election primary to fill this seat was held on August 27, 2019, with the general election to occur on November 5, 2019.
The district stretches along the eastern edge of the state from the Oregon border to the Lake Tahoe area, wrapping around the Sacramento Valley along the northern Sierra Nevada. The district is primarily rural.
Butte County – 9.0%
All of Lassen County
All of Modoc County
All of Nevada County
Placer County – 16.7%
All of Plumas County
All of Shasta County
All of Sierra County
All of Siskiyou County
Election results from statewide racesEdit
|2018||Governor||Cox 61.2 – 38.8%|
|Senator||De Leon 59.1 – 40.9%|
|2016||President||Trump 56.7 – 36.1%|
|Senator||Harris 61.5 – 38.5%|
|2014||Governor||Kashkari 55.9 – 44.1%|
|2012||President||Romney 57.3 – 39.6%|
|Senator||Emken 58.2 – 41.8%|
List of assembly membersEdit
Due to redistricting, the 1st district has been moved around different parts of the state. The current iteration resulted from the 2011 redistricting by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.
|T. J. T. Berry||Republican||1900–1902|
|Clarence W. Leininger||Republican||1902–1904|
|James L. Coyle||Republican||1904–1906|
|T. J. T. Berry||Republican||1906–1908|
|Kenneth C. Gillis||Democratic||1908–1910|
|George E. Malone||Republican||1910–1912|
|L. F. Coburn||Republican||1912–1914|
|H. B. Ream||Democratic||1914–1918|
|G. H. Douglas||Republican||1922–1924|
|J. J. Murphy||Republican||1924–1928|
|Henry M. McGuinness||Republican||1928–1930|
|Robert F. Fisher||Republican||1930–1932|
|Michael J. Burns||Republican||1932–1948|
|Arthur W. Way||Republican||1948–1950|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||82,916||64.1|
|Democratic||Peter Van Peborgh||11,446||8.9|
|No party preference||Jenny O'Connell-Nowain||3,987||3.1|
|No party preference||Jerome B.C. Venus (write-in)||9||0.0|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||125,227||63.0|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||103,500||99.6|
|Libertarian||Donn Coenen (write-in)||446||0.4|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||148,657||73.8|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||65,466||69.5|
|Democratic||Brigham Sawyer Smith||28,688||30.5|
|Republican||Brian Dahle (incumbent)||104,103||70.2|
|Democratic||Brigham Sawyer Smith||44,119||29.8|
- "Members | Assembly Internet". www.assembly.ca.gov. Retrieved 2019-08-22.
- "Assembly District 1* - Special Election | California Secretary of State". www.sos.ca.gov. Retrieved 2019-08-22.
- "Governor results" (PDF). elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov. 2018.
- "Senate Results" (PDF). elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov. 2018.