Christy Smith sworn in as Assemblymember of the 38th Assembly DistrictSebastian Cazares December 3, 2018 0 COMMENTS
Christy Smith was officially sworn in as the Assemblymember of the 38th Assembly District on Monday, Dec. 3.
Attorney General Xavier Becerra administered the oath of office for incoming members of the Assembly. Smith was sworn in at about 12:35 p.m.
Smith is excited to get to work as the 38th District’s newest Assemblymember. “I’m humbled and honored to have been sworn in to represent the 38th District today,” Smith said. “I’m looking forward to starting local constituent meetings, setting up our district office and returning to session in the capitol on January 7.”
It’s an exciting day and I’m thrilled to be surrounded by friends and family as I prepare to be sworn in as the next Assemblymember representing California’s 38th District. #AD38 pic.twitter.com/uvxPeWNAeF
— Christy Smith (@Christyfor38) December 3, 2018
Smith’s campaign manager, Ryan Valencia, is confident in Smith’s ability to serve the district. “It’s an overwhelming feeling to be in the capitol where one of the most authentic and dedicated public officials I know has been sworn in,” Valencia said. “Seeing her join just 79 other individuals to serve a state that could be its own nation is special but not surprising – she’s one of a kind and will make a splash very quickly.”
Constituents interested in visiting Smith in Sacramento can find the new Assemblymember on the second floor of the California State Capitol in office 2002.
Sebastian Cazares is a lifelong Santa Clarita resident and student at College of the Canyons. He was heavily involved in Speech, Model UN, Rotary Club and journalism during his high school years. Sebastian is deeply interested in local politics and excited to report on the issues that impact his community.