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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-Calif.)

District: 32nd District
Political Highlights: Norwalk City Council, 1986-92; Calif. Assembly, 1992-98; U.S. House of Representatives, 1999-present
Born: Dec. 4, 1936; Brownsville, Texas
Residence: Norwalk
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Husband, Frank Napolitano; five children (one deceased)
Education: Brownsville H.S., graduated 1954
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1998 (9th term)
Committee Assignments: Natural Resources (Water, Power and Oceans); Transportation & Infrastructure (Highways & Transit; Railroads, Pipelines & Hazardous Materials; Water Resources & Environment - Ranking Member)

Election History
2014generalGrace Napolitano (D) 50,35359.7
Arturo Alas (R) 34,05340.3
2012generalGrace Napolitano (D) 124,90365.7
David Miller (R) 65,20834.3
2010generalGrace Napolitano (D) 85,45973.5
Robert Vaughn (R) 30,88326.5
2008generalGrace Napolitano (D) 130,21181.7
Christopher Agrella (LIBERT) 29,11318.3
2006generalGrace Napolitano (D) 75,18175.3
Sidney Street (R) 24,62024.7
2004generalGrace Napolitano (D) 116,851100.0
2002generalGrace Napolitano (D) 62,60071.1
Alex Burrola (R) 23,12626.3
Al Cuperus (LIBERT) 2,3012.6
2000generalGrace Napolitano (D) 105,98071.3
Robert Canales (R) 33,44522.5
Julia Simon (NL) 9,2626.2
1998generalGrace Napolitano (D) 76,47167.6
Ed Perez (R) 32,32128.6
Jason Heath (LIBERT) 2,1951.9
J. Scott (AMI) 2,0881.8
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California is 1st on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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