Contents 1 Biography 2 Los Angeles City Council 3 State Senate 4 Secretary of State 5 Electoral history 6 References 7 External links


Biography[edit] Padilla is one of three children of Santos and Lupe Padilla, both of whom emigrated from Mexico before meeting and marrying in Los Angeles.[1] Padilla grew up in the community of Pacoima in Los Angeles and is a graduate of San Fernando High School in the northeast San Fernando Valley.[2] He earned a degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1994.[3] After graduation, he moved back to Pacoima and briefly worked as an engineer for Hughes Aircraft, where he wrote software for satellite systems.[4][5][6] Padilla is a former member of the governing board of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the President of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) which has a membership of more than 6,000 Latino officials in the United States. He has served as president of the League of California Cities and was its youngest-ever president and the first Latino to lead the league. He serves as chair of the Los Angeles Leadership Council for the American Diabetes Association. Padilla had been a staff member to United States Senator Dianne Feinstein and California State Assembly member Tony Cardenas.


Los Angeles City Council[edit] On July 1, 1999 at the age of 26, Padilla was sworn in as a member of the Los Angeles City Council. Two years later his council colleagues elected him council president. Padilla was the first Latino and the youngest person elected president of the Los Angeles City Council.


State Senate[edit] Padilla was elected to the State Senate in 2006 and re-elected in 2010, with nearly 70% of the vote. He served as a member of the Appropriations Committee, Business and Professions and Economic Development Committee, Governmental Organization Committee, Labor and Industrial Relations Committee, and chairs the Select Committee on Science, Innovation and Public Policy. He left office on November 30, 2014, after two terms in the body.


Secretary of State[edit] California places a two-term limit on its constitutional officers, and incumbent Debra Bowen, a fellow Democrat, was unable to run for reelection to the position of Secretary of State, the state's top elections official. On April 11, 2013,[7] Alex Padilla, then a term limited State Senator, announced his intention to run for the position. He was expected to face an intraparty battle with fellow Democrat Leland Yee, but Yee's arrest rendered his campaign illegitimate. Padilla won the election in November against Republican Pete Peterson, who was endorsed by the Los Angeles Times,[8] with 53.6% of the vote.[9]


Electoral history[edit] California State Senate 20th District Democratic Primary Election, 2006 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Alex Padilla 24,303 55.8 Democratic Cindy Montanez 19,299 44.2 California State Senate 20th District Election, 2006 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Alex Padilla 84,459 74.9 Libertarian Pamela Brown 28,377 25.1 California State Senate 20th District Election, 2010 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Alex Padilla (inc.) 94,356 68.4 Republican Kathleen "Suzy" Evans 37,420 27.1 Libertarian Adrian Galysh 6,245 4.5 California Secretary of State Primary Election, 2014 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Alex Padilla 1,217,371 30.2 Republican Pete Peterson 1,194,715 29.7 Democratic Leland Yee 380,361 9.4 Independent Dan Schnurr 369,898 9.2 Democratic Derek Cressman 306,375 7.6 Republican Roy Allmond 256,668 6.4 Democratic Jeffrey Drobman 178,521 4.4 Green David Curtis 121,618 3.0 California Secretary of State Election, 2014 Party Candidate Votes % Democratic Alex Padilla 3,799,711 53.6 Republican Pete Peterson 3,285,334 46.4


References[edit] ^ Hymon, Steve (May 7, 2006). "Sons Live Out a Dream". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ Roderick, Kevin (July 2002). "Power Play in East Valley". Los Angeles Magazine. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ Benefiel, Anna K. (August 4, 1999). "Recent MIT Graduate Elected to Los Angeles City Council". The Tech. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ Downing, Eve (Winter 2000). "Coming Home". MIT Spectrum. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ Whitaker, Barbara (July 7, 2001). "PUBLIC LIVES; A Quick Climb Up the Los Angeles Political Ladder". The New York Times. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ Fox, Sue (July 4, 2001). "Former Engineer Rocketed to the Top". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 28, 2011.  ^ McGreevy, Patrick (April 11, 2013). "Sen. Alex Padilla announces run for California secretary of state". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Pete Peterson is best choice for California secretary of state". Los Angeles Times. September 15, 2014.  ^ http://ballotpedia.org/California_Secretary_of_State_election,_2014


External links[edit] Secretary of State website Official State Senate website State Senate campaign website Padilla profile at JoinCalifornia.com Senator Padilla's official YouTube channel Civic offices Preceded by Richard Alarcon Member of the Los Angeles City Council from the 7th district 2000–2006 Succeeded by Richard Alarcon Preceded by Ruth Galanter President of the Los Angeles City Council 2001–2006 Succeeded by Eric Garcetti California Senate Preceded by Richard Alarcon Member of the California Senate 20th district 2006–2015 Succeeded by Connie Leyva Political offices Preceded by Debra Bowen Secretary of State of California 2015–present Incumbent v t e Secretaries of State in the United States AL John Merrill (R) AK Byron Mallott (D) AZ Michele Reagan (R) AR Mark Martin (R) CA Alex Padilla (D) CO Wayne Williams (R) CT Denise Merrill (D) DE Jeffrey Bullock (D) FL Ken Detzner (R) GA Brian Kemp (R) HI Doug Chin (D) ID Lawerence Denney (R) IL Jesse White (D) IN Connie Lawson (R) IA Paul Pate (R) KS Kris Kobach (R) KY Alison Grimes (D) LA Tom Schedler (R) ME Matthew Dunlap (D) MD John Wobensmith (R) MA Bill Galvin (D) MI Ruth Johnson (R) MN Steve Simon (D) MS Delbert Hosemann (R) MO Jay Ashcroft (R) MT Corey Stapleton (R) NE John Gale (R) NV Barbara Cegavske (R) NH Bill Gardner (D) NJ Tahesha Way (D) NM Maggie Toulouse Oliver (D) NY Rossana Rosado (D) NC Elaine Marshall (D) ND Al Jaeger (R) OH Jon Husted (R) OK Dave Lopez (R) OR Dennis Richardson (R) PA Pedro Cortés (D) RI Nellie Gorbea (D) SC Mark Hammond (R) SD Shantel Krebs (R) TN Tre Hargett (R) TX Rolando Pablos (R) UT Spencer Cox (R) VT Jim Condos (D) VA Kelly Thomasson (D) WA Kim Wyman (R) WV Mac Warner (R) WI Doug La Follette (D) WY Karen Wheeler* (R) DC Lauren Vaughan (D) Territories: AS Lemanu Mauga (D) GU Ray Tenorio (R) MP Victor Hocog (R) PR Luis Rivera Marín (R) VI Osbert Potter (I) Political party affiliations: 33 Republican 22 Democratic 1 Independent italics indicate no secretary of state in this state, closest equivalent listed *Acting Secretary of State v t e Current statewide elected officials and legislative leaders of California U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein Kamala Harris State government Jerry Brown, Governor Gavin Newsom, Lieutenant Governor Xavier Becerra, Attorney General Alex Padilla, Secretary of State Betty Yee, Controller John Chiang, Treasurer Dave Jones, Insurance Commissioner Tom Torlakson, Superintendent of Public Instruction Senate Kevin de León, President pro tempore Patricia Bates, Minority Leader Assembly Anthony Rendon, Speaker Kevin Mullin, Speaker pro tempore Ian Calderon, Majority Leader Brian Dahle, Minority Leader Supreme Court (appointed, retained by election) Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Chief Justice Ming Chin Carol Corrigan Goodwin Liu Tino Cuéllar Leondra Kruger 1 seat vacant, Associate Justices v t e Presidents of the Los Angeles City Council Lusk Works Williams Whiffen Betkouski Conwell Farmer Workman Criswell Bonelli Sanborn Randall Davis Burns Bennett Moore Henry Gibson Timberlake Ferraro Wachs Russell Galanter Padilla Garcetti Wesson Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alex_Padilla&oldid=814989738" Categories: 1973 births21st-century American politiciansAmerican campaign managersAmerican politicians of Mexican descentAmerican Roman CatholicsCalifornia DemocratsCalifornia State SenatorsEngineers from CaliforniaLiving peopleLos Angeles City Council membersMassachusetts Institute of Technology alumniPeople from Pacoima, Los AngelesPoliticians from Los AngelesSan Fernando High School alumniSchool counselingSecretaries of State of CaliforniaUniversity of the Pacific (United States) faculty


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