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ENG: Graciela Flores Napolitano (born December 4, 1936) is the U.S. Representative for California's 38th congressional district, serving since 2003. She is a member of the Democratic Party. She previously served in the California State Assembly and the Norwalk, City Council. Early life, education and career Napolitano was born and raised in Brownsville, Texas. After high school, she married and moved with her husband to California where they raised five children. Napolitano began her political career as a member of the Norwalk City Council, winning her first election in 1986 by a mere 28 votes. Four years later she won re-election by the highest margin of votes recorded in city history. In 1989, Napolitano was elevated by her council colleagues to serve as Mayor. During her council ...
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Grace Napolitano Pick New Districts to Pursue

With Rep. Grace Napolitano’s decision this week to run in the 32nd district east of Los Angeles, fellow California Democratic Rep. Linda Sánchez announced Thursday that she will run in the newly drawn 38th district. Until Thursday, Napolitano and Sánchez were caught in the Los Angeles logjam caused by the state’s independent redistricting commission, which redrew the state’s Congressional lines with no concern for incumbents. There will likely be three intraparty, Member-vs.-Member races in the Los Angeles area alone. Napolitano and Sánchez both live in ...

Napolitano to seek election in CA's 32nd Congr. District

Rep. Grace Napolitano has decided to seek election in next year’s California June Primary in the newly drawn 32nd Congressional District, she told the Los Cerritos Community News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday afternoon. Napolitano, who will be seeking her eighth term in the United States House of Representatives in 2012 said that her decision to run in the new 32nd Congressional District will avoid a potentially divisive Primary election against Rep. Linda T. Sanchez (D-39tt District) and California State Senator Ronald Calderon in the new 38th Congressional District. Her ...

Rep. Napolitano sponsors bill to fund desalination efforts

Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-Calif.) yesterday offered legislation that would fund research into ways to turn sea water into drinkable water. Napolitano authored H.R. 2664, which would reauthorize the Desalination Act of 1996 and allocate $2 million per year through 2016. That law has funded projects or studies in more than half of the 50 states, Napolitano's office said. In California, which has been beset by droughts, there have been 38 projects since 1996. "Desalination is another promising source of water, especially for Western states, and these programs deserve federal support," Napolitano ...

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6th Annual Veterans Forum, Hosted by U.S. Reps. Grace Napolitano & Judy Chu and L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger
Napolitano Welcomes West Covina Former Foster Youth for 6th Annual “Congressional Foster Youth Shadow Day”
(WASHINGTON, DC) —Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) welcomed Andrew Garcia, a former foster youth from West Covina, to spend the day on Capitol Hill with her for the 6th Annual "Congressional Foster Youth Shadow Day.” “It was our great pleasure to welcome Andrew and show him some of our daily work on behalf of San Gabriel Valley residents,” Napolitano said. “I admire Andrew’s courage and openness to share his story, and I am grateful for the time we spent together. As a member of the Congressional Foster Youth Caucus, I remain committed to ensuring our nation’s child welfare system provides young people like Andrew with a stable and loving home. Every child deserves a safe, supportive and permanent family.” Garcia joined more than 100 other foster youth alumni from across the country who traveled to Washington to shadow members of Congress, getting a behind-the-scenes look at the House of Representatives and sharing their experiences in the child welfare sys
Napolitano’s Statement on President Trump Announcing U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement
(WASHINGTON, DC)  Today, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-El Monte) released the following statement after President Donald Trump announced the U.S. will withdraw from the historic Paris Climate Agreement: “I am extremely disheartened and embarrassed by President Trump's announcement today. After decades of negotiation, the Paris Climate Agreement reached last year brought 195 nations together with the shared goal of reducing greenhouse gases. American leadership was front and center, rallying the global community to join the effort to mitigate the devastating impacts of climate change, a worldwide threat. Today that leadership is absent, as President Trump has put our planet in greater peril to fulfill a campaign promise. “In Southern California and across our state we are actively combating climate change by lowering carbon emissions, increasing renewable energy production, and creating a drought-proof, sustainable water portfolio, but we cannot act on climate alone. Despite today's
Napolitano & Katko Hold Transforming Crisis Mental Health Care Briefing
(WASHINGTON, DC)  On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Reps. Grace F. Napolitano (D-CA-32) and John Katko (R-NY-24) co-hosted a bipartisan briefing in coordination with the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance) on transforming mental health crisis care, as part of a series of events for National Mental Health Awareness Month. “Mental health affects everybody, whether old, young, rich, or poor, yet it remains underfunded here in Washington and misunderstood,” Napolitano said. “One way to address the issue is by improving coordinated crisis care. This great teamwork between hospitals, first responders, law enforcement, and social service personnel can save truly lives. As May Mental Health Month comes to an end, we thank all who participated in briefings and events on Capitol Hill and across the country. Together we continue to erase stigma and ensure those in need know we love and support them.” “Throughout Mental Health Month, I’ve been proud to partne

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