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Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting my campaign website.  If your intention was to visit my official House of Representatives website, please click here.I pledge to continue working closely with local, state officials, all businesses, veterans, education institutions, and community organizations; to continue creating export markets for job development, fund public works projects for the San Gabriel Valley; and provide tax relief for working families to help rebuild our economy.

Continue working with Councils of Governments, 32nd Congressional District Mental Health Consortium, cities, water and school districts in providing access to federal agencies and their top level officials for the benefit of our electorate.

Will continue to request funds for the Gold Line Expansion, reduce congestion, add safety improvements to our freeways, secure more electric buses and green technologies to assist our transit agencies, and continue clean-up of our SGV Superfund aquifers.

Continue protecting SSI, Medicare, Medicaid benefits for seniors, help working families, continue federal protection for clean drinking water, ensure services veterans have earned and make college tuition affordable.
I have been a Public Servant – NOT a Politician, working for our families, business, labor, organizations, clergy, educators, students, youth, and everyone committed to building a strong and vibrant economy; focusing on communities, maintaining a clean environment, and ensuring a transparent and fair government that protects our veterans, seniors, children, and families.

As a former Mayor, Assemblywoman and U.S. Congresswoman, I pledge to continue to provide services to ensure that your needs and our local communities receive effective, beneficial representation with services that you expect and deserve!

Thank you!

Congresswoman Grace Flores Napolitano

District 32

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17 Apr

Air traffic students at Mt. SAC in Walnut tell congresswoman FAA diversity rules are unfair

WALNUT - A dozen students whose applications for air traffic controller jobs were rejected by the Federal Aviation Administration because they failed a newly-instituted psychological screening test received assurances from a congresswoman that she’d investigate the matter.[...]

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14 Apr

San Gabriel Valley women honored by congresswoman for service

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY - Local volunteers were honored Friday by Rep. Grace Napolitano at the 2014 Women of the Year ceremony in Azusa. Twenty-four women who were nominated by volunteer organizations in the San Gabriel Valley received recognition at the event.[...]

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7 Nov

Napolitano brings mental health services program to school district in El Monte

EL MONTE - Suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth ages 15 to 24, according to a report from the National Institute of Mental Health. “I was shocked,” said Dr. Luis Garcia, a 26-year clinical psychologist, about the statistic.


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