Moreno Valley – On Saturday, December 17th Assemblymember Dr. Corey A. Jackson took the oath of office in front of family, friends and community members at the Perris City Council Chambers. The event was attended by local elected officials and community leaders from throughout the Inland Empire, to celebrate the swearing-in of the first African American to be elected to represent Riverside County in the California State Assembly.
Following the oath of office, administered by the Mayor of Rialto, Deborah Robertson and Rialto City Clerk Barbara McGee, Assemblymember Dr. Corey A. Jackson shared words of hope, unity and his commitment to ensure his tenure in the California State Assembly will result in a more affordable California for the working class.
Asm. Dr. Jackson concluded the event by sharing with the audience his first bill AB 11, which aims to find solutions to the high cost of living in California and his upcoming legislation package that is planned to address mental health and systemic racism.
“It is not ok that people in the 60th Assembly District are only surviving, they should be thriving, said Assemblymember Dr. Jackson.” “Together, we will tackle the most pressing issues in California and make our state affordable, equitable and a place we can all thrive.”
Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson’s District Office is located in Perris and is fully staffed and ready to serve the constituents of the 60th Assembly District. To contact the District Office, you can email us at Assemblymember.Jackson@assembly.ca.gov or call (951) 943-6054.