On March 23rd, Assemblymember Reyes hosted California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for a community meeting and roundtable discussion at San Bernardino Valley College to discuss issues important to the 47th Assembly District. The Attorney General listened to law enforcement, environmental groups, social justice organizations and local elected officials who updated him on critical issues such as public safety, education, and immigration. Attorney General Becerra reminded everyone that he “has their back”.
Hundreds of local residents, dignitaries and elected officials gathered in San Bernardino Valley College’s historic Auditorium on Saturday to celebrate the swearing-in of California State Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes.
Ms. Reyes, who graduated from San Bernardino Valley College in 1976, went on to receive her law degree from Loyola Law School and is notable for being the first Latina to open her own legal practice in the Inland Empire, as well as for providing free legal services to local residents who could not afford them.
Elected in 2016, Ms. Reyes represents District 47 in the California State Assembly.
Joined the Inland Empire Economic Partnership to recognize the Inland Empire’s outstanding public agencies who work to eliminate barriers to economic growth and support job creation for the Inland Empire.