Sacramento – Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed the California DISCLOSE Act (AB 249), a landmark bill that gives California the strongest campaign disclosure law in the nation.
AB 249 Would Bring Increased Transparency to Campaign Funding
Bill Amends the Political Reform Act
July 20, 2017
For Immediate Release
AB 84, AB 467 and ACA All Move Forward
Sacramento – On Wednesday, July 12, 2017, the Senate Elections Committee passed three bills authored by Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin that continue his commitment to voter engagement and empowerment.
AB 84 would Make California Count by moving California’s presidential primary to March starting in 2020. “There is significant interest in giving California’s voters a greater voice in choosing presidential candidates,” Mullin said. “If California’s primary joins Super Tuesday, our voters would have a more prominent voice at a time when candidates are being tested for the first time on the national stage.”
Rainy Day Fund Strengthened while Working Families, Schools and Medi-Cal See Increases