About Linda

Congresswoman Linda Sánchez is proud to serve California's 38th District in the United States Congress. Linda was born in the City of Orange to immigrant parents from Mexico. Her father was a mechanic and her mother an educator. From her parents, Linda learned dedication, gratitude, hard work, and commitment to community. She attended UC Berkeley and later earned a law degree from UCLA.

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About the 38th District

Congresswoman Linda Sánchez has dedicated her life to improving the community where she grew up and making Southern California a better place to live and work for generations to come.

Linda proudly represents California’s 38th Congressional District which includes the communities of Artesia, Bellflower, Cerritos, East La Mirada, Lakewood, La Palma, Los Nietos, Norwalk, Montebello, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte, and Whittier.

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Tuesday August 15, 2017

I am disgusted by Donald Trump's comments today. He said there “very fine people” marching in the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. He again blamed "both sides" for the tragic events of this weekend. It's non-negotiable: Neo-Nazis, bigots, and racists are on the wrong side here. Donald Trump is a disgrace to the presidency and to our country.

Monday August 14, 2017

The hatred and violence propagated by white supremacists in Charlottesville this weekend is entirely un-American and has no place in our society. We all must stand up and unite against bigotry, racism, and anti-Semitism in all its forms. My thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims of this senseless violence.

Thursday August 03, 2017

We need strong progressive leaders to stand up and get involved in the democratic process now more than ever. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is hosting a series of trainings to prepare potential candidates and campaign staff with the tools they'll need to volunteer or work with candidates, state parties, or other political actors. If you'd like to find out more please visit: http://dccc.org/training

Saturday July 29, 2017

I was horrified yesterday to hear President Trump encourage violence against suspects by the police. At a time when law enforcement and local communities need to work to build mutual trust, he is crossing the line. I am encouraged by the swift condemnation of these remarks by police departments across the country. But these remarks are nonetheless dangerous, disgraceful, and raise further fears about our President's commitment to equal protection under the law.

Wednesday July 26, 2017

Again Donald Trump turns to hate and divisiveness when the chips are down for him. Banning transgender individuals from service is a bad decision and only makes our military weaker. Our transgender members of the military deserve our respect and appreciation, not demeaning comments and policies from the commander-in-chief.


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