Assemblymember Rodriguez Takes Oath of Office to Begin His Final Term in the State Assembly

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(Sacramento, CA) – Today, Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (D – Pomona) took the Oath of Office, marking the official start of the 2023-24 Legislative Session. Rodriguez was joined by his wife, Michelle, their four children, three grandchildren, and other close family members to celebrate the beginning of his final term in the Legislature.

“I want to thank the residents of the 53rd Assembly District for continuing to put their trust in me to serve our great community. I also want to thank my family for being with me on this journey for the past decade, as I could not have done it without your love and support. I look forward to serving the 53rd Assembly District and making a difference in lives of all our residents,” stated Assemblymember Rodriguez.

Assemblymember Rodriguez was first elected in the 2013 special election. When first elected, he represented the 52nd Assembly District and will now represent the newly drawn 53rd Assembly District. The 53rd Assembly District will now encompass the cities of Chino, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, and Upland.

Rodriguez has served as a first responder for over 30 years. His career as an EMT provided him with the knowledge and experience to selflessly serve his community. Rodriguez also serves as the first-ever Chair of the Assembly Committee on Emergency Management, helping the Assembly navigate any situation that hits our disaster-prone state.

Assemblymember Rodriguez (Twitter) represents the 53rd Assembly District which includes the cities of Chino, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, and Upland. He is Chair of the Assembly Committee on Emergency Management.