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Gil Cedillo

Democratic

Picture of Gil Cedillo
CA Assembly
Date Party Office Votes Result
01-13-1998 Democratic AD-46 7152 Win
11-03-1998 Democratic AD-46 21654 Win
11-07-2000 Democratic AD-46 31919 Win
11-05-2002 Democratic SD-22 68282 Win
11-07-2006 Democratic SD-22 71199 Win
11-02-2010 Democratic AD-45 53745 Win
 

Candidate Biography:

Gilbert A. Cedillo
Born: March 25, 1954 in Barstow, CA
Married: Ruby Oliva Cedillo (d. 2002)
Child: Gil Jr. (District Coordinator for Senator Ronald S. Calderon, 2006-2010s)

1982-1983: Field Representative, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley
1991-1996: General Manager, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 660
1988: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
1996: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
2008-2010: Chair, California Latino Legislative Caucus
2009: Special Primary Election Candidate for CD-32 (Lost; 23.4%)
2013-Present: Member, Los Angeles City Council
2016: Delegate, Democratic National Convention

  • LEGISLATION: Author of SB 60 (2003), which allowed the issuance of drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. The law was repealed four months later by SBX3 1 (Oller).  
  • LEGISLATION: Author of AB 130 and AB 131 (2011), also known as the California DREAM Act, which permits college students without legal immigration status ("AB 540 students" to compete for public and private financial assistance and scholarships at California public colleges and universities. 
  • YOUNG LEGISLATORS: From 2007-2012, Cedillo organized an annual "Young Legislators Program", which brought up to 60 students to Sacramento for an orientation and mock Senate hearing. The students were required to complete 30 hours of community service in order to participate. Similar programs were run by Senators Alarcon (1999-2008) and Correa (2008-Present).

Source: California Blue Book (2000)
Source: California Legislature Handbook (2011-12)
Source: "Assemblyman Gil Cedillo to run for Los Angeles City Council" by Torey Van Oot, Sacramento Bee CapitolAlert (11/14/2011) [LINK]

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