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Re-elect Jacqui Irwin
to State Assembly

Mayor, Councilwoman, Proven Experience

Re-elect Jacqui Irwin to State Assembly


Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin has served on the Thousand Oaks City Council for nine years and as mayor for two terms before her election to the State Assembly in 2014. Her experience with state and local issues is extensive and hands-on. Under Jacqui’s leadership, Thousand Oaks was ranked number one in California and number four in the country among safest places to live according to the FBI. Kiplinger’s named Thousand Oaks the fourth best place to raise a family. As our Assemblymember, she fought to balance the budget and restore funding for education and public safety – without raising taxes.


Jacqui Irwin has helped create thousands of jobs and balance Thousand Oaks’ budget nine years in a row while on the council and the state budget every year she’s been in the Assembly. Working with both parties, she helped make Thousand Oaks a business-friendly city and boost development through lower taxes, better hiring incentives and streamlined regulations and permitting. Jacqui was awarded Woman of the Year by the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and serves on the advisory board for Women’s Economic Ventures.


Jacqui Irwin is an extremely hard-working and effective advocate for those she represents. She has a long record of bringing Democrats and Republicans together to get things done—regardless of what’s politically popular. Her pragmatic, bipartisan approach has earned her the endorsements of elected officials from both parties, Sheriff Geoff Dean, over twenty law enforcement agencies, firefighters, business leaders, teachers, and working families throughout Ventura County.

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