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Mike McGuire

Democratic

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mikemcguireforsenate.com
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-04-2014 Democratic SD-02 188142 Win
11-06-2018 Democratic SD-02 233688 Win
Website: sd02.senate.ca.gov
 

Candidate Biography:

Michael Sean McGuire
Born: July 7, 1979 in Healdsburg, CA
Married: Erika Fremault (m. ~2010)
Child: Connor Michael McGuire

2000-2004: Member, Healdsburg School Board
2004-2010: Member, Healdsburg City Council
2008-2010: Mayor, City of Healdsburg
2010-2014: Member, Sonoma County Board of Supervisors

  • McGuire was the youngest member of the State Senate in 2015 at age 35.
  • LEGISLATION: Author (with Scott Wiener) of SB 27 (Chapt. 121, Stats of 2019) which requires candidates for President and Governor to file their income tax returns for the 5 most recent taxable years with the Secretary of State in order to appear on a primary election ballot. A lawsuit challenging the law was filed with five plaintiffs including Melissa Melendez and Bill Essayli. On November 21, 2019, the California Supreme Court found that the law violated the State Constitution.
  • QUOTABLE: "We can all debate on the floor about the constitutionality of this bill but we also have to look at what makes our democracy strong. The foundation of any successful government is transparency." [regarding SB 27 (2019) on 5/3/2019]