This past December, I was sworn in for my 3rd and final term in the California State Assembly. As a result of term limits, I won’t be able to run again for the 71st Assembly District.
Serving as an Assemblymember has been the honor of a lifetime, and I’m proud of what I’ve been able to accomplish so far in Sacramento.
Yet, as so often happens in life, when one door closes, another one opens.
In 2018, the current State Senator representing the 38th District, Joel Anderson, will also be termed out. It’s my intention to run for that open Senate seat at that time – or sooner, if it becomes available before then.
I’ve already opened a campaign committee, Jones for Senate 2018, and I’m aiming to lock down local support early.
As an Assemblymember, I’ve been a conservative voice for this district. My voting record shows that I’m a strong fiscal conservative and advocate for a smaller, more responsible government.
In addition, I’ve been an outspoken supporter of the 2nd Amendment, our constitution, and free-market principles.
As a State Senator, I will continue to be the conservative voice this district deserves.
I look forward to the opportunity to continue serving our state.
Brian W. Jones