Welcome to my legislative website. It is continuously updated so that you can stay informed about my activities as the Senator for the 7th Senate District.

It is an honor to have this opportunity to serve my community. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any comments, questions or concerns that you may have with the district—or with your state government.

I hope that you find this website informative and that you return regularly to see what is happening in our community

Steve Glazer 
Representing the 7th District


A great public dedication ceremony to celebrate fixes to dangerous conditions
Friday, October 14, 2016

Effort by Sen. Glazer leads to $366,000 in new striping, warning signs for bicyclists
Monday, October 03, 2016

The steep, narrow and scenic roads of Mount Diablo State Park attract growing legions of bicyclists, but they ride in danger of colliding with cars — especially on the many blind curves.

New Pathway for California State University Students to Graduate in Four Years
Thursday, September 22, 2016

Sacramento, CA – Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed Senate Bill 412, Sen. Steve Glazer’s California Promise, a landmark bill that will pave a new pathway for more California State University students to graduate in four years.

Sen. Glazer honors Alameda County Sheriff Gregory Ahern for developing critical first responder platform
Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Senate Bill 412 would create new pathways to on-time graduation for CSU students
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Sen. Steve Glazer on Tuesday, Aug. 30, laid out his vision for putting hundreds of thousands of California State University students on the pathway toward four-year graduations.

One of the more significant higher education reforms in recent years, Glazer’s “California Promise” bill (Senate Bill 412), was approved 39-0, and now awaits the governor's signature.

Sen. Glazer Floor Speech on "California Promise"

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The Senate approved Senate Bill 412, Sen. Glazer's "California Promise," 39-0 on Aug. 30, sending the bill to the governor. The bill requires the California State University to establish, by the fall of 2017, "Promise" programs on 15 campuses for community college transfers and eight campuses for entering freshmen. Participating students must take 30 credits per academic year and maintain a minimum grade point average. In return, they would get priority registration and enhanced academic advising.