Our District Office Looks Back on 2015

Assemblymember Marie Waldron Assemblymember Marie Waldron Leave a Comment


Looking back on 2015, our office has been extremely busy!  Our work can be both challenging, yet rewarding.

Throughout this region, from Escondido and San Marcos to Temecula, there are outstanding citizens, businesses and community organizations that have made a meaningful difference. Over the year, my role in the State Assembly has allowed me to encourage and recognize many outstanding role models from our awesome 75th Assembly district, including:

• 240 exemplary educators who have demonstrated a strong commitment to preparing students for success in college, vocational training and in life

•2,450 students, scouts and interns who attained academic, athletic, arts and other achievements.

• 265 businesses, innovators and job creators who combined their passion to provide great products and services with a desire to give back, many of whom were recognized at grand openings, ribbon cuttings or as my “Business of the Month”.

• 740 citizens, organizations, clubs, clergy and volunteers who inspire and serve others contributing considerable talents and resources to strengthen our communities.

• 600 First Responders, public safety officials, law enforcement professionals and military who were recognized for going above and beyond in their service to our neighborhoods and our country.

As you can see, we have a great number of amazing people in our district who work each day to reach their dreams, help others and enhance our communities’ quality of life.
Along with my best wishes for a magical New Year, I want to thank you, the wonderful residents of the 75th Assembly District, for the honor and privilege of serving as your representative in the State Assembly.  I am grateful for your confidence and trust and look forward to continuing to work on your behalf.


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