Jenny Leilani Callison for State Assembly

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Jenny Leilani Callison

California State Assembly District 11

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Meet Jenny

As a mother, United States Army Veteran, and native Californian – I am running to represent California State Assembly, District 11, to advocate on your behalf. I am passionate about educating our youth, empowering our communities, enriching our neighborhoods, and improving our state to ensure a healthy and fulfilling future for the next generation.

Government Accountability

  • We have a lot of reckless spending in this state and District that is costing that state millions and the taxpayers are made to pay enormous tax increases to pay for these bad decisions.  We have to stop bailing out those that have special interest and no real focus on the COMMUNITY.


  • Assembly District 11 is the proud home to over 33,000 veterans. Those who committed to serve our country deserve full access to healthcare, gainful employment, appropriate education, and affordable housing. 
  • I will work with the Department of Veterans Affairs, county veteran services officers, and veterans groups to identify the needs of veterans in the area, and ensure a high quality of life and appropriate care for those who need it. 

Public Safety

  • Cities across California experienced an increase in crime. My goal is to work in collaboration with community leaders and the police department to ensure justice for victims and accountability in policing. 
  • As a family member of local LEOs, I care just as much about the safety of our community as I do for the safety of our officers. I will work to provide LEOs with the tools and resources necessary to keep communities safe. 
  • I will work to accommodate for deficiencies in the system brought about by Assembly Bill 105 and Proposition 47. 
  • A large percentage of calls police officers respond to are for people with adverse mental health conditions. I hope to improve the quality and access to mental health in the state, to help the person with declining mental health before an encounter with law enforcement. 

Aging Community

  • The elderly in our community deserve respect and dignity throughout their lives. The COVID-19 pandemic strained aging and disability services like never before, and intensified social isolation. 
  • I will work in accordance with the Master Plan for Aging to ensure the aging community in this district have access to more housing options, appropriate health care, community inclusion, supportive caregivers, and affordable aging


  • Small businesses suffered and large corporations thrived during the pandemic. Now there is a surplus of high-skilled workers without adequate high-pay employment opportunities. At the same time, housing prices skyrocketed with no sign of going down. I want to grow our middle-class, work to reduce regulations on small businesses, examine zoning opportunities to allow low-cost housing and business opportunities, and give you more bang for your buck. 


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