Sen. Steve Glazer co-hosted a town hall meeting with Assemblywoman Catharine Baker in Orinda on January 23 to discuss their legislative priorities for 2016. It was one of five that the two East Bay legislators have scheduled together.
Sacramento – “I appreciate the Governor’s careful stewardship of California’s finances in his proposed budget. In particular, I applaud him for setting aside money into the rainy day fund for future economic downturns. The Governor continues to offer critical support for our public schools by providing billions more for K-12 education. I also support his call for a tuition freeze for CSU and UC and for advancing our efforts to improve our four-year college graduation rates.
State Senator Steven Glazer (D-Contra Costa) to sit on G.O., Insurance and Public Safety Committees
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Sacramento – Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León has announced the committee assignments for newly-seated State Senator Steven M. Glazer (D-Contra Costa). Glazer will be a member of the Senate Committee on Governmental Organization, Committee on Insurance and Committee on Public Safety.
Before his election to the State Senate, Glazer served in local government as a city council member, three-time mayor of the City of Orinda, and as a senior advisor to the Governor of the State of California.
Newly Seated State Senator Steven Glazer Casts Early Vote for Local Education Funding
Wednesday, June 03, 2015
Sacramento – As the state rebounds from an era of cuts to education spending, a bipartisan coalition in the State Senate authorized new money for school transportation programs. The new money will help reimburse school districts for the money they spend on busing and transportation for students with special needs.
Senator Glazer Fills Vacancy in Contra Costa Senate Seat
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Sacramento – Newly-elected State Senator Steven M. Glazer (D-Contra Costa) was sworn in today to represent Senate District 7. Glazer won a special election held last week to fill the vacancy of former Senator Mark DeSaulnier, who was elected to Congress. He released the following statement describing what drew him to public service as far back as his childhood in Sacramento: