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California State AssemblyCandidate for District 11

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Jenny Leilani Callison

Consultant, Veterans Affairs
28,948 votes (35.7%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Ensure school choice and the highest quality education is available to our school-age children.
  • Improve access to effective mental health services.
  • Increase the quality of life for all Californians by reducing unnecessary regulations, taxes, and fees.



California State University, Sacramento Masters Degree, Public Policy and Administration (2021)


or the previous ten years I worked for the California State Assembly, Veterans Affairs Committee. During that time I collaborated with federal, state, and local governments, along with non-profit groups to improve the lives of veterans. I aided in drafting policy, analyzing potential legislation, and advocating for veterans who are students/aging/incarcerated/homeless, as well as active duty military and their families. As an Assemblymember, I will continue to build on that experience and those relationships to equip our veterans and servicemembers with the resources and tools needed to succeed. 


I believe that the American Dream offers each generation the opportunity to do better than the next. I see my parents live that dream, and I live that dream thanks to them and their experiences. Today’s generation is held back from that dream by underemployment, an inadequate supply of housing, and severe lack of adequate mental health services. The streets our children walk on today are not better than the streets we walked on, and I would like to fix that. My plan is to help small businesses succeed and create fulfilling employment for others, to examine regulations that restrict the housing market, and to improve and ease access to mental health services. 

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