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Encyclopedia > Alberto Torrico

Alberto Torrico has been a member of the California State Assembly since December of 2004 after Assemblyman John Dutra was term limited. Assemblyman Torrico serves in both the Hispanic Caucus as his father is from Bolivia and the Asian Pacific Island Caucus as his mother is Japanese. Assemblyman Torrico is the first California state assemblyman to serve in two different ethnic caucuses.


Pre Assembly Career

Assemblyman Torrico served on the Newark City Council from 2001 until 2004. The city of Newark highlighted within Alameda County Newark is a city located in Alameda County, California. ...


Personal

Assemblyman Torrico and his wife Raquel, live in Newark. Assemblyman and Mrs. Torrico have a 6 year old son Mateo, and 2 year old daughter Amy-Elyzabeth.


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California Assembly District 20 (395 words)
Torrico was appointed to the newly created position of Director of Majority Affairs, whose responsibilities include coordination of major Democratic policy initiatives and Democratic Caucus development.
Torrico was also named chair of the Governmental Organization Committee, generally recognized as one of the most powerful committees in Sacramento.
Torrico’s parents are immigrants from Bolivia and his mother is of Japanese descent.
CMTA legislative database | Alberto Torrico | Assembly District 20 (979 words)
Alberto Torrico was elected to the Newark City Council in 2001 and was subsequently elected by his colleagues on the City Council as the new Vice-Mayor of Newark.
Torrico also serves on a number of community boards, including Second Chance and Kindango, and the advisory boards of Justice for New Americans and the Alameda County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Torrico is also the Chair of the 20th Assembly District Democratic Committee and serves on the Alameda County Democratic Central Committee.
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