Assemblymember / Baldwin Park, CA
Assemblywoman Rubio represents the 48th Assembly District encompassing cities of the East San Gabriel Valley. Blanca has worked tirelessly to give her constituents a voice in the Capitol, placing advocacy for children, women, families, students, and immigrants at the forefront of her work. Since her election in 2016, Blanca has authored bills that support victims of domestic violence, create opportunities for children within the foster care system, ensure our youngest students are given proper support to succeed in school, and support for immigrant communities. In addition, the Assemblywoman has been a vocal moderator of the California State Legislatures strong progressive roots encouraging an interface between innovative business ideas and economic stability. In 2021, she was elected Chair of the New Democrats which creates an opportunity for business organizations across the state to come to the table with a variety of legislative ideologies. The Assemblywoman has continuously advocated for cooperation between the progressive and moderate wings of the California Legislature leading to effective negotiations on major policy items including recycling, family leave, and business grants.