1. In this video, California’s ten newest Republican Assembly Members introduce themselves and share their dreams for the Golden State as they serve their first term together.

    The Members come from a variety of backgrounds reflecting the state’s rich diversity. Watch and learn more about:

    Travis Allen – a financial planner and small business owner from Orange County;
    Frank Bigelow – a rancher and former county supervisor from the Central Valley and Sierra foothills;
    Rocky Chávez – a retired Marine Corps colonel and former Gov. Schwarzenegger cabinet secretary from San Diego County;
    Brian Dahle – a third generation farmer and county supervisor from rural Northern California;
    Eric Linder – a small business owner from Riverside County;
    Brian Maienschein – a law professor and former San Diego City Councilmember;
    Melissa Melendez – a U.S. Navy veteran and former Riverside County Mayor;
    Jim Patterson – a radio broadcaster and former Mayor of Fresno;
    Marie Waldron – a small business owner and former city councilmember in San Diego County; and
    Scott Wilk – a former community college trustee and senior advisor to elected officials.

    These ten Members represent a fresh wave of leadership in California politics as they help lead the way forward for the communities they represent. They are ten Californians united by a sense of purpose and a commitment to public service.

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  2. Assemblymember Maienschein presents his Assembly Bill 186 on the Assembly floor. It passed with overwhelming support.

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  5. Assemblymember Maienschein talks about the importance of fire safety.

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Assemblymember Brain Maienschein

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In November of 2012, Brian Maienschein was elected as Assemblyman for the 77th District, winning with a record number of votes in the district. Prior to being elected as an Assemblyman, Maienschein was selected as San Diego’s first Commissioner on Homelessness.…

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In November of 2012, Brian Maienschein was elected as Assemblyman for the 77th District, winning with a record number of votes in the district. Prior to being elected as an Assemblyman, Maienschein was selected as San Diego’s first Commissioner on Homelessness. The program he created received a Golden Watchdog award from the San Diego County Taxpayers Association for its success in reducing homelessness and savings millions of dollars in taxpayer money.
Brian was elected to the San Diego City Council in November 2000 with 63% of the vote, the most ever received by a non-incumbent, and was re-elected without opposition in 2004 to represent the San Diego City Council’s Fifth District. In the course of both elections, he received the highest number of votes ever cast for a City Council candidate.
During his tenure on the City Council, Brian preserved over 11,000 acres in the San Pasqual Valley from development. He secured the opening of State Route 56 and made numerous infrastructure improvements throughout his district. He is most well known for his outstanding response to two wildfires that swept through his district, the Cedar Fire in 2003 and the Witch Creek Fire in 2007. Brian and his staff walked the burned-out neighborhood streets themselves to create a list of the homes that had been destroyed and got this news out to his constituents before they were allowed to return. In the fire’s aftermath, he set up a one-stop shop for disaster victims to lead the rebuilding efforts. The plan he created is now viewed as a national model for disaster response.
Prior to serving on the City Council, Brian was the Executive Director of Youth Court, an innovative program that has forged a partnership between law enforcement, schools, and community groups to get first-time juvenile offenders back on track. For his work with the program, Brian received the District Attorney’s Crime Victims Rights Award. As a Councilmember, he expanded the program throughout San Diego. Thousands of San Diego students have now been through the program.
In recognition of his hard work on behalf of our community, Maienschein received the 2003 Legislator of the Year Award by the American Planning Association. He has also been named one of the Top 50 People to Watch in San Diego by San Diego Magazine and was the recipient of the Top 40 under 40 Leadership Award by San Diego Metropolitan Magazine. Brian was named one of San Diego Magazine’s 50 People to Watch in 2011, receiving this prestigious recognition for a second time. Recently, Maienschein received the Channel 10 News Leadership Award and was named one of San Diego’s 2012 Top Influentials by The Daily Transcript.
Brian teaches a course on Election Law at the University of San Diego Law School and California Western School of Law.
A graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and California Western School of Law, Brian’s proudest accomplishments are his two daughters, Taylin and Brenna.

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