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Assembly District 70

Doing Business with the State of California

Small business, businesses owned by veterans, and others are encouraged to be vendors for the State of California.  Learn how to become qualified to bid on proposals.


Whether you are a continuing student or going back to school after a period of time, you may be eligible for student financial aid to help meet your personal and professional goals. 

529 accounts may also help achieve your college dreams with tax-advantaged educational savings accounts.

Lastly, eligible newborns and infants born in California may be eligible for seed money to start their college funds through CalKids.

Grants for Community Organizations

Funding from the state is often available to community based organizations in a variety of areas.  Learn more about state funding opportunities and how to qualify.


With California’s high cost of living, many are struggling to make their rent, pay their mortgage, or save for a home.  There are a variety of resources available to help the community for housing costs. 


If you need help finding a job or accessing employment resources, there are programs designed to help you find a job or access support between jobs. 

Local Government

The 70th District includes the following communities in Orange County:  Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos, Midway City, Rossmoor, Stanton, Westminster, and portions of Huntington Beach (10%), (Santa Ana 17%) and Seal Beach (27%). 

Mental Health

Your mental well-being is important. Explore mental health resources available to you, including crisis helplines, behavioral health resources, and more.

Social Services

Orange County 2-1-1 is the phone number to access social services for anyone in need. 

Small Business Resources

Learn more about California resources available to small businesses.


Although California taxes are high, I am committed to supporting taxpayers to lower costs whenever possible.  Here are some resources to lower your tax bill or help you file taxes for free. 

Unclaimed Property

California is holding several billion dollars in unclaimed property.  The property usually includes uncashed checks, forgotten insurance premiums or deposits, and inheritance where efforts to reach the next of kid have been unsuccessful.  Private entities usually turn over these assets after three years.  Check today to see if the state is holding your money. 


California is home to nearly 2M veterans.  There are a variety of services available to help veterans transition back into civilian life. 


Income-qualified consumers can receive discounts on their utility or phone bills.