Representing California's
26th District

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Congressional Art Competition
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Legislative Priorities

Agriculture is the cornerstone of Ventura County’s economy, supporting thousands of jobs throughout our region. It is also a proud part of our heritage, giving our community its unique beauty. In Congress, I have worked hard to support our farmers, farmworkers, and businesses that help feed the nation.

We have a sacred responsibility to those who have served our country in uniform. As a daughter, sister, and niece of veterans, I take no responsibility more personally and seriously. When I came to Congress, the very first committee I asked to serve on was the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee. Both here in Ventura County and at the national level, I have made it my priority to put our nation’s veterans first. That means helping our servicemembers transition back into civilian life and caring for our veterans by ensuring they all receive the timely, high-quality healthcare and benefits they have earned and deserve. It also means tackling veterans homelessness and unemployment and addressing high suicide rates that continue to plague our nation’s heroes. Finally, as more and more women join our Armed Forces and return home after their service, I’ve made it a special focus to ensure that the VA is prepared for the changing veteran demographics. Women represent the fastest-growing veteran population and the VA needs to adapt to meet their needs. That means making sure the VA offers gender-specific healthcare, addressing the unique circumstances leading to female veteran suicide, and providing critical wrap-around services like job-training, child care, and caregiver assistance. It’s long past time to recognize the contributions that all veterans, female and male, have made to our great nation.

We must invest in our nation’s infrastructure including our airports, roads, bridges, and waterways that are vital to the movement of people and goods across our country. As a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, I have been working to address the infrastructure challenges facing Ventura County and the nation.

As Ventura County’s Representative in Congress, I view everything I do through the lens of how it will create jobs and grow our economy. From our ports, to our large and small businesses, to our naval base, to our agricultural community, I strive to advance federal policy that will support our diverse job creators.

The 26th District

The district includes most of Ventura County and a portion of Los Angeles County, including the cities of Ventura, Oxnard, Ojai, Santa Paula, Fillmore, Camarillo, Newbury Park, Moorpark, Thousand Oaks, and Westlake Village. If you are interested in browsing district-specific population statistics, you can look up Census data for the 26th District. I am honored to serve the residents of the 26th Congressional District of California.

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Constituent services continue to be my top priority. My office has worked on more than 11,320 constituent cases for individuals and families who need assistance with a federal agency – including the Rashad family of Afghanistan.

The week, my colleagues and I on the House Veterans' Affairs Committee were assigned our committee roles for the 118th Congress. I am truly honored to continue to serve our nation’s veterans as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Health.

Sham trials, forced confessions, and heinous executions are some of the many ways Iran’s regime is silencing women and girls.

Despite the many immediate and pressing issues facing our country, House Republicans remain steadfast in their mission to criminalize reproductive freedom and put the health of women at risk.

Since the recent winter storms wreaked havoc on California, Rep. Carbajal and I have been in constant contact with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services, FEMA, and CalOES about the damages that our communities sustained due to high winds and torrential rains.

Libraries are made for people of all ages and walks of life to enjoy, and they are a salient center point for the culture of a community.

That is why I am so pleased to have worked with the City of Moorpark to secure $750,000 for the construction of a new public library.

This week marks the 83rd anniversary of the first Social Security check being issued. Since then, Democrats have worked to protect and strengthen Social Security, which has kept seniors from poverty and helped ensure a secure economic future for hard working Americans.