Every year the California League asks its member Leagues to interview their legislative representatives. This month’s newsletter includes a link to a summary of the California assembly member who represents Assembly District 4. The meeting was held via Zoom on February 3rd. Ms. Aguiar-Curry and the director of her Napa district office, Tracy Krumpen, met with Woodland League member Carla Cox and Napa County League members Bernadette Brooks, Ingrid Swenson, Nancy Moore, and Robyn Orsini, moderator.
The four interview questions concerned (1) California’s Voter Participation Gap, (2) Equitable Funding for California’s School Facilities Program, (3) Sustainable and Equitable Water Resource Management, and (4) the Legislator’s Personal Priorities. To read the summary of the legislator’s answers, click here. For more information about the interview questions and answers, email
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At the end of the interview, Aguiar-Curry was thanked for some of her recent legislative achievements and efforts, and was congratulated on being elected for the second year as co-chair of the California Legislative Women’s Caucus. The group is bipartisan and women of all parties are encouraged to attend. The caucus offers grants, scholarships, and financial assistance to women in each represented district.