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League California Civic Leadership Institute℠ Graduates Celebrate Assembly Seat Wins

Record Nine Alumni Sworn in Yesterday

December 4, 2012

The League is proud to congratulate nine California Civic Leadership Institute℠ (CCLI) graduates who were sworn in yesterday to the California State Assembly.


A record nine CCLI alumni were elected this year, the most ever since the program started eight years ago. In the 2013 Assembly alone, 69 percent of members will have local government roots.

CCLI alumni profiles will be featured on the CCLI webpage on the League’s website and in Western City magazine.

Congratulations to our graduates:

  • AD 5: Frank Bigelow-R, former Madera county supervisor
  • AD 8: Ken Cooley-D, former council member, Rancho Cordova
  • AD 10: Marc Levine-D, former council member, San Rafael
  • AD 11: Jim Frazier-D, former mayor, Oakley
  • AD 18: Rob Bonta-D, former council member, Alameda
  • AD 22: Kevin Mullin-D, former mayor, South San Francisco
  • AD 32: Rudy Salas-D, former council member, Bakersfield
  • AD 41: Chris Holden-D, former council member, Pasadena
  • AD 50: Richard Bloom-D, former mayor, Santa Monica

The League looks forward to working with these members in their new state capacities. 

About CCLI

CCLI is an educational program designed for local government elected officials who are looking to run for state office. 

The program is designed to give local elected officials a broad, in-depth understanding of critical issues facing cities and the state, as well as the history and importance of local government in California. CCLI also works to demonstrate tools officials will need to succeed if they progress into the State Legislature. The program also provides the opportunity to develop lasting bonds among our state’s rising leaders. Alumni of the program include Sen. Alex Padilla (D- Pacoima), former Assembly Members Fiona Ma (D- San Francisco) and Anthony Portantino (D-Pasadena), and Assembly Members Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills), Roger Hernandez (D-West Covina) and Das Williams (D-Santa Barbara).

The recruitment process for the 2013 CCLI program is underway. For more information contact Sam Caygill.

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