Assembly Member George Plescia (R)
Assembly District 75
Capitol Office District 75 includes:
State Capitol, Room 3141 Escondido, Poway,
Sacramento, CA 94249-0075 San Diego
9909 Mira Mesa Blvd., Suite 130
San Diego, CA 92131
George Plescia, R-San Diego, was elected to the California State Assembly in 2002 to represent the 75th Assembly
District, which includes San Diego, Escondido, Poway, and the surrounding communities. Assemblyman Plescia
was elected by his peers as Republican Assembly Leader, a position he held through the 2006 elections cycle.
Easing traffic gridlock and improving transportation infrastructure are Assemblyman Plescia’s top legislative
priorities. Last year, he authored key legislation (ACA 4) to protect Proposition 42 gas tax funds from future raids
by politicians. Recognized with a 100 percent pro-jobs rating by the California Chamber of Commerce, Plescia has
been honored for his leadership by small business owners (IGCS Legislator of the Year) and California’s growing
biotech industry (BIOCOM Legislator of the Year).
Plescia is working hard to advance the Republican agenda of reform – prioritizing spending to meet critical needs,
protecting families from dangerous criminals, encouraging more innovation and parental involvement in our
schools, and prioritizing California’s infrastructure needs.
He will continue to work on strengthening laws to protect our children by giving parents internet-accessible
information on the location of the most violent sexual offenders; enacting fiscal policies to lead California down the
road to economic recovery; actively supporting the mission of our troops abroad and protecting the military
installations in California that are so vital to our national defense and economy.
Prior to being elected to the Assembly, Plescia served as regional director for State Senator Bill Morrow, R-
Oceanside. A graduate of California State University, Sacramento, Assemblyman Plescia and his wife Melissa make
their home in San Diego.
Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media Committee
Primary jurisdictions are programs and policies affecting the recording, motion picture and other entertainment
industries, tourism and arts programs and museums, professional and amateur sports including the State Athletic
Commission and the regulation of athlete agents, and Internet media.
Governmental Organization Committee
Primary jurisdictions are public records, open meetings laws, natural disasters (this is shared with the Housing and
Community Development Committee and Local Government Committee), tobacco products, and horseracing.
Joint Legislative Audit Committee
The Joint Legislative Audit Committee serves as a legislative oversight committee for state government. Among its
duties are establishing priorities for the Bureau of State Audits. This committee is composed of members of both the
Assembly and the Senate.
Revenue and Taxation Committee
Primary jurisdiction is the Revenue and Taxation Code.
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