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Representing the 27th District

Free Dental And Vision Screening At Mayfair Community Center

SAN JOSE – I encourage you to attend a free dental and vision screening event from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at the Mayfair Community Center.

These screenings will help identify if your child will need follow-up care.

Children will receive:

  • Dental and vision screening
  • Healthy snacks
  • Bubbles
  • Music
  • Water bottles
  • Toothbrushes

Every 30 minutes there will be a raffle prize!

Please share the event details with family, friends, neighbors and colleagues! Click here for a brochure.

The 27th Assembly District covers half of the City of San Jose in Santa Clara County – the tenth largest city in the nation, and third largest in California. Assemblymember Campos served as a San Jose City Councilwoman before she was elected to the Assembly in 2010.


Community Ceasefire Night Walk This Friday

I want to invite you to participate in a Night Walk this Friday aimed at reducing youth violence and transforming our community.

Designed to bring community members together, San Jose’s first Night Walk is on Friday, April 18, and starts at Saint John Vianney Church at 4600 Hyland Ave., in San Jose, from 7-8:30 p.m. Opening prayers and introductions begin at 6:30 p.m.

Night Walks have been a strategy for crime prevention in other Bay Area cities, all with one purpose: to rebuild and establish good relationships in communities.
This is part of the Ceasefire programs that have been effective in lowering gang shooting rates in cities like Boston.

The effort is led by residents of Alum Rock, community leaders from People Acting in Community Together (PACT), and faith leaders from Saint John Vianney, Saint Philips and Bible Ways.

For more information, please visit the event website, or contact Julian Posadas at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 408-858-1311.


Assembly Speaker pro Tem Campos honors Cesar Chavez; family visits Capitol

SACRAMENTO – In a memorable day at the Capitol, Assembly Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos, D-San Jose, led the ceremonies honoring Cesar Chavez on the Assembly floor today.

Campos, who grew up in the same San Jose community where Chavez began organizing farm workers, also hosted 10 members of the Chavez family, including three siblings: sisters Rita Chavez Medina, Eduwiges Chavez Lastra and brother Librado Chavez.

The ceremonies were held to kick off a weekend of celebrations honoring Chavez, which will culminate with a state holiday on Monday in his name.

“When I was growing up, Cesar Chavez was a hero to me and a friend of my parents,” Campos said in remarks she made on the floor. “I remember walking in marches where he led thousands of everyday people through Modesto, Salinas, and Yuba City to name a few. He was my inspiration that one person can change the world. That one person can move us to justice for all. That one person can make us all see that human rights are a shared value.”

She said much remains to be done to carry out Cesar Chavez’s legacy.

“As we celebrate Cesar Chavez by being with our families and in our communities on Monday, we should remember that we still have much to do to make his dream come true,” Campos said.

Honoring the Life, Legacy and Family of Cesar Chavez

(Sacramento) - Assembly Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos (D-San Jose) led the California State Assembly in a special ceremony to honor the life and legacy of labor movement icon Cesar Chavez. Joining her for the ceremony on the Assembly floor were Chavez’s brother, sister and other members of his extended family. Assemblymember Campos said, “As the founder of the United Farm Workers union, he brought attention to the plight of people who strengthened the economy through their hard work but were often left behind.” Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.


2014 Legislative Package

Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos has a package of 23 bills she will be pursuing this year to help her community in San Jose and the state.

The bills focus on nine areas:



Campos Names Esther Peralez-Dieckmann as 2014 Woman of the Year

Director of Santa Clara County’s Office of Women’s Policy chosen for stellar work on behalf of women and disenfranchised

SAN JOSE – Esther Peralez-Dieckmann, the Director of the Office of Women’s Policy for the County of Santa Clara, has been selected as Assembly District 27’s 2014 Woman of the Year.

Assembly Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos, D-San Jose, made the selection as part of the annual California Legislative Women’s Caucus awards. Peralez-Dieckmann will be honored among women from 79 other Assembly districts on March 10.



California issues warning about scam seeking PSAT scores of students

The state Department of Education has issued a warning about a possible telemarketing scam seeking personal information, including PSAT scores of students.

The standardized test serves as a primer for students planning to take the SAT college entrance exam.

State officials said concerned callers have been asking whether the state is calling homes asking for the information. The caller also asks for other personal information, such as credit card numbers, officials said.

The Department of Education is not making these calls, officials said. Anyone who receives a call seeking this information is asked to not answer any questions and to hang up immediately.

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Campos Statement On Santa Clara County Board Of Supervisors Vote On Withholding Funding For Emergency Response Times

A permanent funding solution is needed. Assembly Speaker pro Tem’s ACA 3 would allow communities to vote on boosting police and fire services

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – “Today’s action by the county only calls attention to the larger issue: that a permanent funding solution is needed. Our police and fire need more resources, not less. Instead of fighting for scarce resources, we should go to the community and let them decide whether to boost their police and fire services. I’ve got a bill that does exactly that: it allows communities to vote on increasing public safety funding, which I’m confident they will.”

The 27th Assembly District includes roughly half of the City of San Jose in Santa Clara County – the tenth largest city in the nation, and third largest in California. Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Campos served as a San Jose City Councilwoman before she was elected to the Assembly in 2010.  For more, visit


Campos Statement On San Jose State Hate Crime Incident Report

Assembly Select Committee on Campus Climate to explore why the university’s response wasn’t stronger and felony charges weren’t filed

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – “The people deserve to know why the president hasn’t taken a stronger position about why this happened. And the people deserve to know why the district attorney doesn’t file felony charges. The longer they stay silent on these two issues, the more accepted this behavior becomes. This is about holding people accountable and making sure this never happens again. This is why the Assembly Select Committee on Campus Climate, which I’m serving on, will be coming to San Jose to hear directly from the community. The community deserves no less.”

The 27th Assembly District includes roughly half of the City of San Jose in Santa Clara County – the tenth largest city in the nation, and third largest in California. Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Campos served as a San Jose City Councilwoman before she was elected to the Assembly in 2010.  For more, visit


Boosting Economic Opportunity in Low Income Neighborhoods

(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Nora Campos (D-San Jose) authored Assembly Bill 495 to create economic development and community investment in low income neighborhoods. AB 495, which has now been approved by the State Assembly, will establish the California Community Investment Initiative in the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Business (GoBiz). Assemblymember Campos says the measure is needed because, “California needs a formal structure for attracting private, socially responsible investment in low income neighborhoods on a meaningful scale.” Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.


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  • Friday, March 28 2014
    Speaker pro Tempore Nora Campos: Californians Should Honor Cesar Chavez’s Legacy

    SACRAMENTO – In this Democratic weekly radio address, Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Nora Campos (D-San Jose) commemorates Cesar Chavez Day. This week's English radio address is 1:07. Transcript: Announcer: “This is the Democratic weekly address from the Assembly Democratic Caucus.” Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Nora Campos: “This is Assembly Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos. On Monday we observe Cesar Chavez Day, in honor of Cesar’s historical importance to our nation’s Latino civil rights movement.…

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  • Thursday, January 10 2013
    Assemblymember Nora Campos Responds to Governor's 2013-14 Budget

    SACRAMENTO – Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Nora Campos (D-San Jose) made the following statement today in response to California Governor Jerry Brown's 2013-14 state budget proposal: "It's a relief to be able to think about restoring some services instead of cutting them. Our number one priority this year is to continue California's economic recovery and ensure the budget supports that. In my district, people want to feel safe again. Last year, San Jose was shaken…

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  • Wednesday, December 05 2012
    San Jose’s Nora Campos Installed as Assembly Speaker pro Tempore

    SACRAMENTO - Assemblymember Nora Campos (D-San Jose) was installed as Speaker pro Tempore of the California State Assembly with the December 3, 2012 opening of the 2013-14 Legislative Session. As Speaker pro Tempore, the Assemblymember will be the presiding officer of Assembly Floor Sessions. In this capacity, the Assemblymember is a member of Assembly Speaker John Perez’s leadership team. Speaker pro Tempore Campos was elected to her second term on November 7, 2012, to represent…

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  • Monday, December 03 2012
    Speaker pro Tem Campos Introduces Bill to Provide Social Media Privacy Rights to All Employees

    SACRAMENTO – Speaker pro Tem Nora Campos (D-San Jose) has introduced Assembly Bill 25 as her first legislative measure with the opening of the 2013-14 legislative session.  The bill would extend existing social media privacy rights, that currently apply to private sector employees, to public employees. “California’s unique constitutional right to privacy should extend into the digital age and apply evenly.  Every employee, regardless of who employs them, deserves the same privacy rights.” Last session,…

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P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0027
Tel: (916) 319-2027
Fax: (916) 319-2127

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100 Paseo De San Antonio, Suite 319
San Jose, CA 95113
Tel: (408) 277-1220
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