Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Have you ever wanted to make a positive difference in your community, but weren’t sure how?

Please join me and the Office of Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon at an appointments workshop and learn how to apply for a state board or commission.

California State boards and commissions cover topics and issues ranging from agriculture to the delta to human services providing an opportunity for civic engagement and a chance to enrich the lives of all Californians.

This event will feature a panel discussion with current appointees detailing the application process, helpful tips and the work they now do on behalf of the state.

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Travis Credit Union
Community Room

1 Travis Way

Tuesday, October 9

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. Registration
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Program

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For more information about the event:
(707) 399-3011

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For more information about appointments:
(916) 319-2063

Speaker Appointments

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Meet my staff at the Fairfield Farmer’s Market

If you need assistance with a state agency, want to discuss state issues, or if you are just curious about what an Assemblymember does, stop by the #TeamFrazier table at the Fairfield Farmer’s Market. Staff will be on hand to assist you.

Fairfield Farmer’s Market
Thursday, Aug. 23
3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Corner of Texas and Jefferson Streets

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Get on board with the Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA)

Small-business owners:  bring your questions about ADA compliance to a free workshop I am co-sponsoring with the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and the Discovery Bay Chamber of Commerce.

Thursday, Aug. 9

10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Discovery Bay Steakhouse Sports Bar & Grill
2477 Discovery Bay Blvd.

The Small Business ADA Compliance Workshop will feature a panel of experts from the California Commission on Disability Access, the California Division of State Architects and the California State Treasurer’s Office. It will be moderated by California Small Business Advocate Jesse Torres.

Register in advance here

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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

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National Night Out

Please join #TeamFrazier on Tuesday, Aug. 7, as we celebrate National Night Out at events throughout my district.

This is the 35th year that neighborhoods across America have been asked to combat crime by locking their doors, turning on their outside lights and spending the evening getting to know their neighbors and local police.

#TeamFrazier will be popping in on activities, so be sure to say hi!

Here’s how to find out more about National Night Out activities in your community:

Contact Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Hans Ho  

• Brentwood:
Contact Senior Community Services Officer Michele Keady
(925) 809-7780

• Fairfield: 
Contact Crime Prevention Specialist Ilea Martin
(707) 428-7789

• Oakley: 
Contact PSA/Administrative Assistant Marisa Aguilar
(925) 625-8854

• Pittsburg
Contact Community Outreach Coordinator Toni Baldazo
(925) 252-4166

• Suisun City: 
The Suisun City Police Department and The Salvation Army’s Kroc Center will host a Community Block Party:
5 p.m. -8 p.m.
Carl E. Hall Park
609 Pintail Drive

For more information, call the Kroc Center at (707) 439-7880. 
For information about other neighborhood gatherings, call Special Operations Sgt. Jeremy Crone
(707) 421-6681

• Vacaville: 
Contact Crime Prevention and Community Outreach Specialist Gretchen Ash
(707) 449-5432

Thursday, June 14, 2018


One of the best things I get to do every year is to highlight the military service and civic contributions of a veteran who lives in my district. This year, it is my honor to name U.S. Marine Corps trailblazer and Fairfield community advocate Jesse Branch as the 11th Assembly District Veteran of the Year.

Jesse is someone who offers aid to others before they even think to ask. He is passionate about working with veteran and civic organizations to make a difference in our community.

Soon after moving to Fairfield in 1987, Jesse began working at Solano Community College and was its Community Services Officer for 24 years. In addition, he served on many of its committees and boards, worked with its sports teams and individual players, and was the Athletic Boosters president for more than a dozen years. He was inducted into the Solano College Hall of Fame in 1998 and was recently named Solano Athletic Boosters President Emeritus.

Jesse is also active in Fairfield civic life, serving on the city Community Services Commission and Block Grant Committee, and volunteering with the after-school program. He still serves as a Planning Commissioner, Youth Commission adviser, Senior Center advocate, and house manager for the Fairfield Center for Creative Arts.

In addition, he is the Executive Director of Deacon Ministry and a charter member of Bethel Community Church. He is also the proud father of daughter Tracy and grandchildren Taylor and Jordan.

Like so many veterans, Jesse’s passion for service stems from his 30 years in the military. He joined the U.S. Marine Corps after graduating from high school in 1951 and soon found himself in Korea where, with the 7th Marines, he took part in the Battle of Pork Chop Hill. Throughout his career, he received regular promotions and served at home and abroad, including one tour of duty in Vietnam. In 1977, he was promoted to Battalion Sergeant Major at the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma, Arizona – one of the first African-Americans to hold this highest enlisted rank.

During his military career, Branch also earned a degree in construction engineering through Old Dominion University. By the time he retired in 1981, he had been awarded fourteen medals, including a Purple Heart and Silver Star. He remains an active, lifetime member of VFW Post 2333.

Jesse joins a growing list of veterans I’ve been proud to have tapped for the Assembly District 11 Veteran of the Year honor, including: Jeff Jewell, Derek McGinnis, Janet Wilson, Mike Brimer, Steve Todd and Enrico E. “Rico” Cinquini.

I am pleased to host a public reception in Jesse’s honor. Please join me in honoring this dedicated veteran.

Thursday, June 14

5 to 7 p.m.

Fairfield District Office.

1261 Travis Blvd., Suite 110

To RSVP, please call (707) 399-3011.  Also, my website contains an extensive list of resources and contacts for veterans.

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