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Dear Friend,

I'm honored to have been re-elected so that I can continue serving as your State Assemblymember, representing District 19 and being your voice in Sacramento.

While high school seniors across California fill out their college applications in the coming weeks, I feel hopeful about their futures. As Chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, I made sure we invested in higher education so young people can improve their economic mobility and businesses can build a stronger workforce. In fact, we’re at the point where cuts made during the recession have been fully restored with new investments to support opportunities for more students.

Students need a safe, modern learning environment in order to succeed. At my Town Hall meeting this month, I had the pleasure of announcing that I helped secure $4 million in state funding for A.P. Giannini, the city’s most populous public middle school. The funds will be used for much needed work to replace the uneven pavement in the play yard, update the electrical wiring in the gym, fix the leaky roof and more. San Francisco’s 2016 modernization bond doesn’t cover these improvements.

State CapitolDear Friend,

Come to a Town Hall to learn about our accomplishments in Sacramento and share your concerns and ideas regarding what the state can further do to improve San Francisco and San Mateo Counties.

State CapitolDear Friend,

Come to a Town Hall to learn about our accomplishments in Sacramento and share your concerns and ideas regarding what the state can further do to improve San Francisco and San Mateo Counties.

2018 Legislative Highlights

You are invited to a special gathering that I will be holding at Off the Grid's Presidio Picnic on Sunday, September 23, 2018.  The setting will be fun and casual with food trucks and outdoor activities.

You are invited to a special gathering that I will be holding at Off the Grid’s Presidio Picnic on Sunday, September 23, 2018.  I’m taking the opportunity to give an update to friends and constituents about what we accomplished in Sacramento this year. The setting will be fun and casual with food trucks, as well as outdoor activities. Bring your questions and your appetite.

Dear Friends,

Now that it’s September and our kids are back at school, we can welcome fall. Many cultures mark the change in season in a variety of different ways. One tradition many San Franciscans of Chinese descent observe every September is the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Assemblyman Ting addresses long lines at the DMV photo

As my constituent, I understand your frustration with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). I recently needed to replace my driver license. To my surprise, the lines at the San Francisco office were unbelievably long, snaking down the block and around the building. These were lines you’d expect to see for a popular concert - not for the DMV.

I hope you’re having a great summer. These popular community events in our district are just around the corner:

National Night Out

I was honored to be with Governor Jerry Brown when he recently signed his last state budget as California’s chief executive.

Budget Chair Ting, Speaker Pro Tem Atkins, Speaker Rendon watch as Governor Brown Signs the 2018 Budget

__SALUTATION__

After more than 100 years of service, the Twin Peaks Tunnel, which carries Muni’s K-Ingleside, L-Taraval and M-Ocean View light rail lines between Castro and West Portal Stations, is in need of major maintenance.

The Legislature just sent Governor Brown a $200B state budget that’s balanced and on-time. As Chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, I can tell you it makes the right investments while setting aside money that can help us weather an economic downturn in the future. The highlights include: