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California State Legislature, 2009–10 session

The 2009–2010 session was a meeting of the California State Legislature.

2009–2010 session of the
California State Legislature
2007–2008 2011–2012
The Great Seal of the State of California
Overview
JurisdictionCalifornia
TermDecember 1, 2008 – November 30, 2010
Senate
Members40
President of the Senate
President pro temporeDarrell Steinberg (D6th)
Minority Leader
Party controlDemocratic
Assembly
Members80
Speaker
Minority Leader
Party controlDemocratic

Contents

Dates of sessionsEdit

Convene: December 1, 2008
Adjourn: November 30, 2010

Major eventsEdit

Vacancies and special electionsEdit

Leadership changesEdit

Party changesEdit

  • June 22, 2009: Assemblyman Juan Arambula (D-31) leaves the Democratic Party to become an independent[2]

MembersEdit

SenateEdit

 
Composition of the California State Senate
  Democratic Party
  Republican Party
  Vacancy
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Vacant
End of previous legislature 25 15 40 0
Begin 24 15 39 1
June 8, 2009 25 40 0
November 30, 2009 14 39 1
April 27, 2010 13 38 2
June 9, 2010 14 39 1
July 13, 2010 13 38 2
August 23, 2010 14 39 1
October 20, 2010 24 38 2
Latest voting share 63.2% 36.8%

OfficersEdit

Note: The Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms are not Members of the Legislature

Full list of members, 2009–2010Edit

District Name Party Residence Term-
Limited?
1 Dave Cox Rep Fair Oaks
Vacant
2 Pat Wiggins Dem Santa Rosa
3 Mark Leno Dem San Francisco
4 Sam Aanestad Rep Grass Valley
Yes
5 Lois Wolk Dem Davis
6 Darrell Steinberg Dem Sacramento
7 Mark DeSaulnier Dem Concord
8 Leland Yee Dem San Francisco
9 Loni Hancock Dem Berkeley
10 Ellen M. Corbett Dem San Leandro
11 Joe Simitian Dem Palo Alto
12 Jeff Denham Rep Merced
Yes
13 Elaine Alquist Dem San Jose
14 Dave Cogdill Rep Modesto
15 Abel Maldonado Rep Santa Maria
Sam Blakeslee Rep San Luis Obispo
16 Dean Florez Dem Shafter
Yes
17 George Runner Rep Lancaster
18 Roy Ashburn Rep Bakersfield
Yes
19 Tony Strickland Rep Moorpark
20 Alex Padilla Dem Los Angeles
21 Carol Liu Dem La Cañada Flintridge
22 Gil Cedillo Dem Los Angeles
Yes
23 Fran Pavley Dem Agoura Hills
24 Gloria Romero Dem East Los Angeles
Yes
25 Rod Wright Dem Inglewood
26 Curren D. Price, Jr. Dem Inglewood
27 Alan Lowenthal Dem Long Beach
28 Jenny Oropeza Dem Long Beach
Vacant
29 Bob Huff Rep Diamond Bar
30 Ronald S. Calderon Dem Montebello
31 Robert Dutton Rep Rancho Cucamonga
32 Gloria Negrete McLeod Dem Chino
33 Mimi Walters Rep Laguna Niguel
34 Lou Correa Dem Santa Ana
35 Tom Harman Rep Huntington Beach
36 Dennis Hollingsworth Rep Murrieta
Yes
37 John J. Benoit Rep Bermuda Dunes
Bill Emmerson Rep Hemet
38 Mark Wyland Rep Carlsbad
39 Christine Kehoe Dem San Diego
40 Denise Moreno Ducheny Dem San Diego
Yes

AssemblyEdit

 
Composition of the California State Assembly
  Democratic Party
  Republican Party
  Independent
  Vacancy
California State Assembly
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Independent Republican Vacant
End of previous legislature 48 0 32 80 0
Begin 51 0 29 80 0
May 19, 2009 50 79 1
June 23, 2009 49 1
September 9, 2009 28 78 2
September 10, 2009 50 79 1
January 5, 2010 49 78 2
January 29, 2010 29 79 1
June 9, 2010 28 78 2
June 10, 2010 50 79 1
August 23, 2010 27 78 2
Latest voting share 64.1% 1.3% 34.6%

OfficersEdit

Note: The Chief Clerk and the Sergeant at Arms are not Members of the Legislature

Full List of Members, 2009–2010Edit

District Name Party Residence Term-
Limited?
1 Wesley Chesbro Dem Arcata
2 Jim Nielsen Rep Gerber
3 Daniel Logue Rep Linda
4 Ted Gaines Rep Roseville
5 Roger Niello Rep Fair Oaks
Yes
6 Jared Huffman Dem San Rafael
7 Noreen Evans Dem Santa Rosa
Yes
8 Mariko Yamada Dem Davis
9 Dave Jones Dem Sacramento
Yes
10 Alyson Huber Dem El Dorado Hills
11 Tom Torlakson Dem Antioch
Yes
12 Fiona Ma Dem San Francisco
13 Tom Ammiano Dem San Francisco
14 Nancy Skinner Dem Berkeley
15 Joan Buchanan Dem Alamo
16 Sandré Swanson Dem Alameda
17 Cathleen Galgiani Dem Livingston
18 Mary Hayashi Dem Hayward
19 Jerry Hill Dem San Mateo
20 Alberto Torrico Dem Newark
Yes
21 Ira Ruskin Dem Redwood City
Yes
22 Paul Fong Dem Cupertino
23 Joe Coto Dem San Jose
Yes
24 Jim Beall Jr. Dem San Jose
25 Tom Berryhill Rep Modesto
26 Bill Berryhill Rep Ceres
27 Bill Monning Dem Carmel
28 Anna M. Caballero Dem Salinas
29 Michael Villines Rep Clovis
Yes
30 Danny Gilmore Rep Hanford
31 Juan Arambula Dem Fresno
Yes
Ind
32 Jean Fuller Rep Bakersfield
33 Sam Blakeslee Rep San Luis Obispo
Yes
Vacant
34 Connie Conway Rep Tulare
35 Pedro Nava Dem Santa Barbara
Yes
36 Steve Knight Rep Palmdale
37 Audra Strickland Rep Moorpark
Yes
38 Cameron Smyth Rep Santa Clarita
39 Felipe Fuentes Dem Sylmar
40 Bob Blumenfield Dem Woodland Hills
41 Julia Brownley Dem Santa Monica
42 Mike Feuer Dem Los Angeles
43 Paul Krekorian Dem Burbank
Mike Gatto Dem Los Angeles
44 Anthony J. Portantino Dem La Cañada Flintridge
45 Kevin de León Dem Los Angeles
46 John Pérez Dem Los Angeles
47 Karen Bass Dem Los Angeles
Yes
48 Mike Davis Dem Los Angeles
49 Mike Eng Dem Monterey Park
50 Hector De La Torre Dem South Gate
Yes
51 Curren D. Price, Jr. Dem Inglewood
Steven Bradford Dem Gardena
52 Isadore Hall, III Dem Compton
53 Ted Lieu Dem Torrance
Yes
54 Bonnie Lowenthal Dem Long Beach
55 Warren Furutani Dem Long Beach
56 Tony Mendoza Dem Artesia
57 Edward P. Hernandez Dem West Covina
58 Charles M. Calderon Dem Montebello
59 Anthony Adams Rep Hesperia
60 Curt Hagman Rep Chino Hills
61 Norma Torres Dem Pomona
62 Wilmer Carter Dem Rialto
63 Bill Emmerson Rep Redlands
Yes
Vacant
64 Brian Nestande Rep Palm Desert
65 Paul Cook Rep Yucca Valley
66 Kevin Jeffries Rep Lake Elsinore
67 Jim Silva Rep Huntington Beach
68 Van Tran Rep Costa Mesa
Yes
69 Jose Solorio Dem Santa Ana
70 Chuck DeVore Rep Irvine
Yes
71 Jeff Miller Rep Corona
72 Michael D. Duvall Rep Yorba Linda
Chris Norby Rep Fullerton
73 Diane Harkey Rep Dana Point
74 Martin Garrick Rep Carlsbad
75 Nathan Fletcher Rep San Diego
76 Lori Saldaña Dem San Diego
Yes
77 Joel Anderson Rep El Cajon
78 Marty Block Dem San Diego
79 Mary Salas Dem Chula Vista
80 Manuel Perez Dem Coachella

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Stanglin, Doug (2009-09-09). "Calif. lawmaker resigns over taped sex comments". USA Today.
  2. ^ Sanders, Jim (2008-06-23). "California assemblyman Juan Arambula re-registers as an independent". The Sacramento Bee. Archived from the original on 2009-12-18. Retrieved 2009-06-24.