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Monday, December 11, 2017 - 16:00

I am truly grateful this holiday season to represent the 25th Assembly District and wish you have a wonderful and safe holiday!

I would also like to take this opportunity to remind my constituents to be vigilant and take preventive measures against car theft. Please be mindful to lock your doors, not leave your car running while unattended, and not leave your personal belongings visible in your car.

As I return to the Capitol for the 2018 Legislative Session, I reflect on all of the great progress we made this year.

I look forward to hearing directly from my constituents about legislative bill ideas for the upcoming legislative session in the new year.

To learn about my upcoming events, contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

The 2017 Legislative session has been one of the most productive in recent memory.  Before we begin the 2018 session, I will be dedicating my time and efforts connecting through community engagement in the 25th Assembly District.

Through these efforts, I am able to meet with you at various events where I can hear your ideas about how we can further improve the quality of life in our community through legislation. I will use these ideas to produce innovative legislation in our next legislative session.

To learn about my upcoming events, please visit my website or contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501. 

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Monday, November 28, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

I would first off like to wish everyone happy holidays! After another grueling election season, I hope that we all can set aside our differences to come together with family, friends and community this holiday season to unite and remind ourselves of everything we have to be grateful for, and to help those who are less fortunate and have fallen on hard times.  During this time of abundance for many, it is an opportune time to volunteer or donate to food banks and other organizations to provide some assistance to those who are greatly in need of help. Please keep in mind that despite our differences, we all share in contributing to our great region, state and nation.

In this November newsletter, you will find election results for our region, along with more information about National Adoption Awareness Month, helping veterans gain access to benefits, American Indian Heritage Month, California Competes Tax Credit Workshop, and the Self-Determination Advisory Committee.

I once again thank you for all your support. Please contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

As this month marks the passing of summer to fall, so too does it mark the passing of legislation as hundreds of bills meet their fate with the signature or veto of Governor Jerry Brown. It has been a fruitful year for the state Legislature and I am so proud of the many accomplishments we have achieved thus far—whether it be tackling climate change and gun violence, or addressing homelessness and child safety—and look forward to seeing our great state of California continue on its path of innovation and progress.

However, I will not rest on my laurels as there is still so much work to be done! Moreover, it has been a pleasure to meet with so many constituents at various events this month and hear about what issues currently are most important to you and to our community. I will continue to serve our district and to work tirelessly on your behalf.

In this September newsletter, you will find a legislative update, along with more information about College Savings Month, the Property Tax Postponement (PTP) Program, the CoolCalifornia Small Business Awards Program, and past events.

I once again thank you for all your support. Please contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Friday, August 5, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

I hope you are all enjoying your summer while looking forward to the fall! August is National Back to School Month, and students all over the country are getting ready to start a new school year. I wish every student good luck on the new academic year. This month also marks the start of the implementation of Measure Q, passed by voters like you in 2014. Measure Q is designed to provide money for urban open space projects in our district.

In this August newsletter, you will find more information about National Back to School Month and Measure Q, as well as legislative updates, past events and upcoming events.

I once again thank you for all your support. Please contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

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Chu’s News May 2016

Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

In May, we honor the many people of Asian and Pacific Islander origins who who have immigrated throughout the United States and California over the last 151 years. As a Chinese immigrant, I am proud of my heritage and ask that you join me in honoring the memory of these brave immigrants, and the generations that have followed.

In this newsletter, you will find information about my District Office Summer Internship Program, and the California Say NO MORE license plate program. You will also get an update on the South Bay Odor Stakeholder Group quarterly meeting, and our past and upcoming events.

Please contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Thursday, March 10, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends,

Although we have been enjoying a few rain storms, we are still in a drought and should continue to conserve water. We may still have a few more storms coming, so please take precautions during this rainy season to stay dry and safe!

In this newsletter, you will find information about the state’s Earned Income Tax Credit and the suspension of the California High School Exit Examination as a requirement for students to graduate with a diploma. You will also find updates about my past events, specifically a student art contest that I held for public school students to raise awareness about emergency preparedness.

2016 also marks the beginning of my second year serving the 25th Assembly District in Sacramento. I once again thank you for all your support. Please contact my District Office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Thursday, January 7, 2016 - 00:00

Dear Friends:

Happy New Year! I wish you all a year of happiness, peace and love. After years of dry weather, and months of speculation of a wetter-than-average winter, El Niño has finally come in the first week of January, dropping close to an inch of rain in just one day with a couple more storms lined up within the Pacific Ocean toward California.

El Niño is a weather pattern related to the warming in sea surface temperature, which can result in a large amount of rain over North America.  Please take precautions during this rainy season to stay dry and safe.  For drivers, please turn on your headlights in the rain and increase following distance as it takes longer to stop or adjust in wet weather. For cyclists, I encourage you to use headlights and taillights and wear a brightly colored raincoat when cycling in the rain. Also, consider wearing shoes that will not cause your feet to slip off your pedals. For pedestrians, carrying a flashlight or wearing reflective clothing can help make you more visible.  Also, beware of splashes from cars.

In this first newsletter of 2016, you will find information about where to get sandbags, access to online flood maps, and how to report floods in your neighborhood. You will also find updates on my past events and a link to nominate a woman as one of my 2016 Women Trailblazers.  Assembly District 25 is home to many outstanding women who deserve more recognition, which is why I am proud to announce my 1st Annual Women Trailblazers District Awards Ceremony that will be held in March. The purpose of this event is to recognize notable women in our District. You are welcome to cast your nomination using the link provided in the end of this newsletter. 

2016 also marks the beginning of my second year serving the 25th Assembly District in Sacramento. I once again thank you for all your support and please contact my office at (408) 262-2501 should you have any questions or concerns.

 Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 00:00

Dear Friends:

The calendar has turned another month and fall is finally upon us. The weather has begun to cool off and we are starting to see rain in the Bay Area. This is a welcome change as California continues its efforts to conserve water in one of the most severe droughts in state history. Although many communities have met conservation targets throughout the state, our water supply continues to dwindle. You can help California conserve our precious resource by carefully monitoring your water usage.

 Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District

Friday, September 11, 2015 - 00:00

Dear Friends:

Fall is fast approaching and I hope you had a wonderful summer. It is always rejuvenating to see kids going back to school for the beginning of a new school year, and I wish each student great success!   

This summer, I had the pleasure of mentoring several bright and energetic interns in my office. They conducted legislative research and assisted constituents with State issues.  These high school and college students had the opportunity to gain firsthand experience about the State legislature.  I am now accepting interns for fall 2015.  Please contact my District office at 408-262-2501 for more information.

Chu interns
From left to right:
Xuan, Field Representative; Jessica, Intern; Daisy Chu,
Assemblymember Chu; Anurag, Vicki, Jennifer, Interns.

 Sincerely,

KANSEN CHU
Assemblymember, 25th District