James Gallagher (California politician)
|Member of the California State Assembly|
from the 3rd district
|Assumed office |
December 1, 2014
|Preceded by||Dan Logue|
|Born||March 4, 1981|
Yuba City, California
Gallagher's political career began he worked for state assemblyman Doug LaMalfa as a fellow in a Fellowship Program.
On November 4, 2014, Gallagher won the election and succeeded fellow Republican Dan Logue, who ran unsuccessfully for Congress that year. Gallagher is a Republican representing the California's 3rd State Assembly district, encompassing parts of the Sacramento Valley. In 2017, Gallagher became the Republican Caucus Chairman if the California General Assembly.
2014 California State AssemblyEdit
2016 California State Assembly candidacyEdit
|Republican||James Gallagher (incumbent)||66,686||61.0|
|Democratic||Bryce Corron (write-in)||12||0.0|
|Republican||James Gallagher (incumbent)|
2018 California State Assembly candidacyEdit
|Republican||James Gallagher (incumbent)||64,975||65.0|
|Republican||James Gallagher (incumbent)||95,786||60.2|
Gallagher's wife is Janna. They have three children.