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Corey Jackson


Assembly Democrat

District 60, Moreno Valley

Time in office

Assembly: 2022—Present


Riverside County Board of Education Member

This legislator leads on...

Poverty Issues

Campaign contributions

Assemblymember Corey Jackson has taken at least $153,000 from the Labor sector since he was elected to the legislature. That represents 26% of his total campaign contributions.

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Capitol office

1021 O Street, Suite 6120
P.O. Box 942849-0060; (916) 319-2060

District office(s)

22690 Cactus Avenue, Suite 280, Moreno Valley CA 92553; (951) 653-0960

Biographical information

Birth Place





Perris, CA




December 20, 1981

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How this legislator voted in 2021-2022

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Campaign contributions received by sector

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This is how much money Corey Jackson has taken from the various sectors since he was elected to the legislature.

Broad sector Amount Percent
$153,750 $153k 26%
Government Agencies/Education/Other
$77,000 $77k 13%
Ideology/Single Issue
$70,900 $70k 12%
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
$42,780 $42k 7%
Candidate Contributions
$29,500 $29k 5%
$23,300 $23k 4%
Communications & Electronics
$13,603 $13k 2%
Lawyers & Lobbyists
$13,050 $13k 2%
General Business
$11,400 $11k 2%
$10,400 $10k 2%
Energy & Natural Resources
$9,400 $9k 2%
Unitemized Contributions
$4,431 $4k <1%
$4,000 $4k <1%
$2,000 $2k <1%
Note: The above percentages might not add up to exactly 100% because we are not displaying any contributions that have not yet been classified.

Committees this legislator serves on

Being on a policy committee means the legislator works on these issues by considering bills relevant to the policy topic. The committee “chair” , chosen by the chamber leader, oversees the discussions of these bills. Members also serve on additional special, select, joint and sub committees, which can be found here.

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Oversees Assembly consideration of the annual state budget including oversight of several budget subcommittees.
Business and Professions
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Bills involving new regulatory entities within the Department of Consumer Affairs; elimination of regulatory entities within the DCA; health care professional licensing; Veterinarian licensing; Occupational licensing; Vocational education; Department of General Services; Product labeling
Human Services (Chair)
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Bills involving assistance programs including child welfare services, foster care, child care, adoption assistance, CalWORKs, CalFresh, developmental disability services, In-home Supportive Services, community care licensing, adult protective services, and SSI/SSP.
Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy
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Bills involving business advocacy; California-Mexico trade relations; California overseas trade offices; Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development; economic disaster relief; foreign investments in California; industrial innovation; interstate commerce; seaports and physical infrastructure; small business; state and local economic development; women and minority business.
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Bills involving high speed rail, California Highway Patrol, California Transportation Commission, Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation (Caltrans), driver’s licenses, freight, regional transportation agencies, transit authorities, intercity rail, mobile sources of air pollution, rules of the road, state highways, local streets and roads, vehicles, aircraft, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and vessels.

How special interest groups rate this legislator

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Sponsored travel in 2022

Gifts reported in 2022

Assembly District 60 demographics

Assembly District 60 map

Safe Democratic district

Next election: 2024

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Voter registration

No party

Census data on race/ethnicity, household income, age, poverty rate, and education level will be provided when available.

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Most recent election

2022 General

Corey Jackson


Hector Diaz-Nava


CalMatters coverage about this legislator

Newsom signs new California crime and school laws

By Lynn La, September 26, 2023

It’s the final day for California Legislature to pass bills

By Lynn La, September 14, 2023

Final week frenzy for California Legislature

By Lynn La, September 11, 2023

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