CD-39 (Royce) - Declined to Seek Reelection
- Young Kim (14082)
CD-49 (Issa) - Declined to Seek Reelection
SD-01 (Gaines) - Seeking BOE seat
SD-08 (Berryhill) - Term Limits
SD-12 (Cannella) - Term Limits
SD-16 (Fuller) - Term Limits
SD-24 (De Leon) - Term Limits
SD-22 (Hernandez) - Term Limits
SD-38 (Anderson) - Term Limits
AD-14 (Thurmond) - Public Instruction
AD-30 (Caballero) - Term Limits
AD-72 (Allen) - Governor
AD-76 (Chavez) - Congress
Assembly Prayer April 5, 1968.
AB 2775 (1974) by Holoman designates January 15th as a State holiday to recognize "Martin Luther King Day". Died without action in first committee.
SB 1489 (1978) by Holden, would add January 15th, Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a school holiday. (Senate 21-2, Assembly 41-34. Died on Senate Unfinished Business)
AB 2684 (1978) by Brown would make MLK's birthday a state holiday. (Senate 25-1, Assembly 64-0). Chapter 1066, Stats of 1978. "The governor shall proclaim January 15 to be known hereafter as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Day."
AB 312 (1981) by Elihu Harris, designated MLK birthday a state holiday. Passed the (Assembly 43-24, Senate 21-8). Chapter 325 of 1981.
Govt. Code, Section 6700: "The holidays in this state are: (c) January 15th, known as "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day."
Henry Mello (D-Watsonville) cast the deciding vote declaring Martin Luther King's birthday as a state holiday.
Governor Deukmejian issued Executive Order D–27–83 on November 9, 1983, reading: “Now therefore I, George Deukmejian, Governor of the State of California pursuant to the authority vested in me by Government Code sections 6700 and 19853, do hereby order that the third Monday of January in 1984 and each third Monday in January of succeeding years shall be a holiday for employees of the State of California in recognition of Dr. King's lasting imprint on our state and our nation.”
SCR 4 (Res. Chapt. 4, Stats of 1970) which urged the Governor to proclaim the City of Monterey as the honorary capital of California for 1970. - Grunsky
SCR 3 (Res. Chapt 13) requests the Governor to proclaim Feb 8-14th as Negro History Week in California. - Dymally
ACR 3 (Res Chapt 23) requested DGS to plant a Sequoia sempervirens in Capitol Park in memory of Alan G. Pattee. - Barnes
SCR 49 (Res. Chapt. 61) acknowledges observation of Quality Control Week by San Diego, and urges consideration of described quality control concepts as means of preserving American way of life. - Mills