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Kelly Seyarto

R

Assembly Republican

District 67, Murrieta

Time in office

Assembly: 2020—Present

Background

Mayor, City of Murrieta

Campaign contributions

Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto has taken at least $52,800 from the Labor sector since he was elected to the legislature. That represents 19% of his total campaign contributions.

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Capitol office

1021 O Street, Suite 4340
P.O. Box 942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0067; (916) 319-2067

District office(s)

41391 Kalmia Street, Suite 220, Murrieta, CA 92562; (951) 894-1232

Biographical information

Birth Place

La Puente, CA

Race/Ethnicity

White

Residence

Murrieta, CA

Gender

Male

Born

January 21, 1960

Identifies as

Straight

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How this legislator voted in 2019-2020

This legislator was not in the Legislature last session, so we don’t have enough data on how they vote yet. Check back next year!

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Campaign contributions received by sector

OpenSecrets and CalMatters have categorized campaign contributions to legislators based on the economic sector that the donor represents. Methodology →

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

Broad sector Amount Percent
Labor
$52,800 $52k 19%
Government Agencies/Education/Other
$34,000 $34k 12%
Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
$24,100 $24k 9%
Health
$23,600 $23k 8%
General Business
$19,700 $19k 7%
Energy & Natural Resources
$16,800 $16k 6%
Agriculture
$11,550 $11k 4%
Candidate Contributions
$11,200 $11k 4%
Ideology/Single Issue
$6,700 $6k 2%
Construction
$2,600 $2k <1%
Communications & Electronics
$2,000 $2k <1%
Transportation
$1,500 $1k <1%
Unitemized Contributions
$824 $824 <1%
Lawyers & Lobbyists
$400 $400 <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.

Elections (Vice Chair)
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Bills involving elections, campaign finance, the California Political Reform Act and redistricting.
Emergency Management (Vice Chair)
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Bills involving emergency declarations, homeland security and victim services programs, earthquake mitigation, seismic safety, State Fire Marshal, fire prevention and suppression programs, mutual aid systems, Statewide and local government emergency or disaster response, emergency medical services, and emergency communications and evacuations.
Housing and Community Development (Vice Chair)
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Bills involving housing, building standards, developments, eminent domain, farm worker housing, homeless programs, housing discrimination, housing finance, natural disaster assistance and preparedness, land use planning, mobile homes/manufactured housing and rent control.
Labor and Employment
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Primary jurisdictions are wages, hours, employment discrimination, Cal-OSHA, employment development, and public job programs.
Natural Resources
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Bills involving air quality, climate change, energy efficiency, renewable energy, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), coastal protection, forestry, land conservation, oil spills, solid waste and recycling.
Public Employment and Retirement
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Bills involving state and local government employees, classified school employees, employer-employee relations, public employee retirement.
Public Safety
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Bills involving the California Penal Code.
Revenue and Taxation
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Bills involving taxes and revenue to the state.

How special interest groups rate this legislator

Special interest groups are organizations that advocate on behalf of shared interests, such as protecting the environment. Many interest groups rate politicians on how well their voting records agree with each group's goals. See a selection of these ratings for this legislator. Methodology →

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Assembly District 67 demographics

Assembly District 67 map
R

Safe Republican district

Next election: 2022

How to read these charts

District
State

Voter registration

Dem
31%
46%
GOP
40%
24%
No party
22%
24%
Other
6%
6%

Race/ethnicity

Hispanic or Latino
40%
39%
White
44%
37%
Asian
6%
14%
Black or African American
5%
6%
Multi-race
3%
3%

Median household income

$78,472
$75,235

Median age

35.0
36.5

Poverty rate

11%
13%

Bachelor's degree or higher

23%
34%

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Most recent election

2020 General
R

Kelly Seyarto

Republican
60%
D

Jerry Carlos

Democratic
40%

CalMatters coverage about this legislator

Help paying water bills may be on way for low-income Californians

By Rachel Becker, August 31, 2022

Are California companies about to get more transparent?

By Grace Gedye, May 9, 2022

What's behind the 'Great Resignation' of California lawmakers?

By Ben Christopher, January 10, 2022

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