It has been my absolute honor and pleasure to serve as your California State Representative for our 67th Assembly District these past two years. On November 30th, my State Assembly term will officially end and because of redistricting, your district communities, district number, and district representatives will change. Murrieta, Wildomar, and the La Cresta area will now be part of the 71st Assembly District. Canyon Lake, El Sobrante, Lake Elsinore, Lake Mathews, Read More...
Mayor Jeremy Smith thanked everyone for coming, including those dignitaries who took time out of their day to join the City of Canyon Lake in celebrating veterans. The mayor then introduced state Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, who spoke about Veterans Day and its significance.
The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office, California’s trusted fiscal analyst, just released their 2023-24 Fiscal Outlook report, which revealed a devastating projection. Our State faces a $25 BILLION shortfall next year.   It doesn’t end there: a $17 billion shortfall is projected for the following year. In fact, deficits are expected to continue through the 2026-27 fiscal year. This is California’s weakest performance since the Great Recession, and will exacerbate Read More...
Today we say thank you!   Thank you to the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve to protect our safety and defend our freedoms. Thank you for your tireless efforts, service, and dedication.   There is no way we can repay the sacrifices made by these heroes and their families, but today we honor them and let them know their commitment is noticed and appreciated.   Have a blessed and restful Veterans Day!    For more information about the California Read More...
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) is proud to announce that he has received a 100% perfect score voting record for the 2021-22 legislative session from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), earning him the title of “Guardian of Small Business.” The NFIB considered 11 bills that impact California small businesses that were voted on in both chambers. They include new laws such as AB 257 which establishes a Fast Food Sector Council Read More...
Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, introduced 29 bills, of which Newsom signed six and vetoed two. Among the bills signed are AB 12, which prohibits the Employment Development Department from sending out mail with Social Security Numbers included except in specific, limited circumstances; and AB 2270, which requires the owners or operators of toll facilities to strike deals with local emergency service providers upon request.
Today is the Great California ShakeOut! October 20th is International “ShakeOut Day,” when everyone is encouraged to participate in organized earthquake drills, practice safety plans, and update their earthquake preparedness procedures.   Earthquakes can happen anywhere at any time. You may only have seconds to protect yourself before strong shaking knocks you down or something falls on you. Being prepared and having practiced will help you survive and recover quickly. Read More...
During this past legislative session, my team and I worked to put together a legislative package covering a variety of important topics, including government reform, privacy, education, public safety, victim resources, Veteran benefits, and emergency services. Now that the 2022 session has ended, I am proud to share this final legislative update from my office:Seyarto Bills Signed Into Law: AB 1633: Creates a pathway for the University of California (UC) and Read More...
Domestic violence directly harms over 10 million people in the U.S. every year. That amounts to 20 people getting abused by their partner every minute of the day. In 2020, over 160,000 calls were made to domestic violence hotlines in California alone.About 41% of women and 26% of men have experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner during their lifetime.  Unfortunately, these acts of violence also affect millions of Read More...
Gas prices are plummeting around the country, but here in California we are paying almost $2.50 more per gallon than the national average. Right now, the national average price for a regular gallon of gasoline is $3.92. In California, it is $6.29, and in Riverside County, it is $6.25. So why is gas so much more expensive in California?The problem comes from California policy: fees, taxes, and regulations. California only has 14 oil refineries in operation today, whereas Read More...