Legwatch 2013-14

 

Jean Fuller Senate District 16, Republican


  

Jean Fuller

Term limit: 2018

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Capitol office
Room305
State Capitol
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 651-4018
Fax: (916) 651-4918

Committees:
Senate Floor

District voter registration
Democrat: 50%
Republican: 37%
Other: 13%

District makeup
Central Valley district including all of Kings County; a portion (36%) of Kern County encompassing Arvin, Delano, McFarland, Shafter, Wasco and a small portion (24%) of Bakersfield; western portion (46%) of Fresno County encompassing Coalinga, Firebaugh, Fowler, Huron, Kerman, Mendota, Orange Cove, Parlier, Sanger, San Joaquin, Selma and almost half (47%) of the city of Fresno; and western portion (29%) of Tulare County encompassing Dinuba, Lindsay and Woodlake

Source: California Target Book

  


Manufacturers in this district


Bio

 
Jean Fuller biography:
Jean Fuller, Ph.D. (born April 16, 1950) is a U.S. politician who was the Republican Assemblymember for the California's 32nd State Assembly district. Fuller's district included Bakersfield, Frazier Mountain, Ridgecrest, Tehachapi, Taft, and Kern River Valley.
Fuller was elected in November 2006 and replaced outgoing Assemblymember and current Congressman for the 22nd district of California, Kevin McCarthy.
Prior to being elected to the California Assembly, Fuller served as Superintendent of Schools for the Bakersfield City School District, the largest non-unified pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade district in California.

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Manufacturers' legislative scorecard
Fuller's :
2011-12: 92% (22-2) 2009-10: 82% (9-2) 2007-08: 94% (31-2)OVERALL: 91% (62-6)
  VOTE  Indicates vote for manufacturers' interests or an Abstain vote
Fuller's
votes
2013 votes
AB 10 - Minimum wage
NO
AB 1165 - Cal OSHA abatement
NO
AB 12 - Regulatory reform / implementation
YES
AB 327 - Net Energy metering and RPS YES
AB 93 / SB 90 - Sales tax exemption
YES
SB 118 - workforce development NO
SB 54 - Risk management / labor union apprenticeship work
NO
2012 votes
AB 1062 - Public social services
NO
AB 1500 - Corporation taxes: apportionment: single sales factor: Middle Class Scholarship Fund
NO
AB 1990 - Renewable energy resources: renewable feed-in tariff set aside for most impacted and disadvantaged communities
NO
AB 2439 - Corporation taxes: disclosure
NO
SB 1118 - Solid waste: used mattresses: recycling and recovery
NO
SB 1161 - Communications: Voice over Internet Protocol and Internet Protocol enabled communications service
YES
SB 1402 - Economic development: California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development Program
YES
SB 1458 - School Accountability: Academic Performance Index NO
SB 1458 - School Accountability: Academic Performance Index NO
SB 535 - California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
NO
SB 568 - Polystyrene Food Containers
NO
SB 863 - Workers' compensation
YES
SB 965 - State and local government
YES
2011 votes
AB 1062 - Arbitration: appeals
NO
AB 559 - Civil actions: costs
NO
AB 1155 - Workers’ compensation.
NO
SB 202 - Elections: ballot measures
NO
SB 116 - Income taxes: exclusions: deductions: sales
NO
AB 724 - Clean Energy Jobs and Investment Act
NO
SB 508 - Income and corporation taxes: credits: information and operative time period
NO
AB 1319 - Product safety: bisphenol A
NO
SB 547 - Public school performance accountability
YES
SBX1 2 - Energy: renewable energy resources
Abstained
SB 617 - State government: financial and administrative accountability
YES
2010 votes
AB 1405 - AB 32 Community Benefits Fund
NO
AB 2446 - Graduation requirements
YES
AB 737 - Solid waste: diversion
NO
SB 722 - Utilities: renewable energy resources.
Abstained
AB 2738 - Regulations: agency statement of reasons
YES
AB 569 - Meal periods: exemption YES
SB 657 - Anti-Human Trafficking Corporate Policy Mandate
NO
AB 2666 - Corporation taxes: Franchise Tax Board: tax expenditures: Reporting Transparency in Government Internet Web site. YES
SB 1391 - Income taxes: business tax incentives: reporting information and recapture
NO
SB 1272 - Income and corporation taxes: credits: information and operative limitations
NO
AB 1998 - Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
NO
2008 votes
AB 1946 - Water Quality Enforcement
NO
AB 1946 - Water Quality Enforcement
NO
AB 1946 - Water Quality Enforcement
NO
AB 2279 - Medical Marijuana   Employment Discrimination
NO
AB 2386 - Agricultural Employee Card Check
NO
AB 2547 - Oil Spill Prevention and Response
NO
AB 2648 - CTE NO
AB 2855 - CTE, Partnership Academies, Green Tech & Goods Movement NO
AB 2944 - Corporate Director's Duties
NO
AB 2947 - Anti-Arbitration   Elder Abuse
NO
AB 2969 - Medical Treatment Utilization Reviews
NO
AB 437 - Employer Liability Expansion
NO
SB 1113 - Attorneys Fees & Costs
NO
SB 1115 - Permanent Disability Reports   Apportionment
NO
SB 1161 - Cleanup of Petroleum Underground Storage Tanks
YES
SB 1313 - Product Safety   Perfluorochemicals
NO
SB 1338 - Pre-Designation of Physician
NO
SB 1338 - Pre-Designation of Physician
NO
SB 1608 - Disabled Persons: Equal Access Rights
YES
SB 1717 - Permanent Partial Disability Benefits
NO
SB 1762 - Climate Change Institute
NO
SB 375 - Regional Planning
NO
SB 974 - Port Container Fees
NO
2007 votes
AB 1045 - Working Conditions
NO
AB 1673 - Manufacturer's Rebates   Mandate
NO
AB 8 - Health Care Coverage
NO
SB 936 - Permanent Disability Schedule
NO
SB 836 - Fair Employment   Familial Status
NO
SB 836 - Fair Employment   Familial Status
NO
SB 727 - Family Leave   Grandparents, Siblings and Grandchildren
NO
AB 1108 - Phthalates in Children's Products
NO
AB 537 - Family and Medical Leave
NO
AB 1618 - Corporate Interest Expense Deduction
NO
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