Since first being elected to the Legislature in 2016, Sabrina Cervantes has brought home more than $650 million in state funding to the Inland Empire. She has also authored 42 important bills that have been signed into law to help local schools, small businesses, and veterans. As our Assemblymember, she has fought to improve our communities in:

Increasing access to mental healthcare to get people off the streets and into treatment.

Securing funds to build more supportive and affordable housing locally.

Supporting new laws to cut red tape and make it easier to build housing.

Co-authoring the state constitutional amendment to protect abortion rights.

Helping write a new law to ensure privacy and security at facilities providing abortions.

Increase healthcare coverage for abortion and contraception.

Delivering funding to expand the Medical School at UC Riverside.

Increasing access to maternal mental healthcare.

Fighting to achieve universal healthcare coverage and lower prescription costs.

Securing funds to build the Inland Empire Technical Trade Center in Riverside County to teach in-demand job skills.

Help local small businesses by improving local Small Business Technical Assistance Centers.

Delivering funds to help small businesses grow and create jobs.

Building a veterans’ resource center at Norco College to support veteran students.

Helping veteran students get community college credit for their military training.

Expedite the process for military spouses to get a teaching credential in California.

Writing a law to make the first two years of community college free.

Championing efforts to expand financial aid for college students.

Expanding access to affordable preschool and transitional kindergarten.

Championing historic legislation to fight climate change and improve air quality.

Securing funds to improve parks and green spaces in underserved communities.

Writing a law to make electric vehicles more affordable for working families.

Securing historic funding to reduce traffic and fix local roads and bridges.

Renovating Citrus State Historic Park in the city of Riverside.

Delivering funds to re-open the Corona Courthouse and install two new judges.

Helping pass tougher laws to enforce background checks on gun purchases.

Authoring a bill to get guns out of the hands of convicted domestic abusers.

Supporting new laws to get “ghost guns” off the streets and out of the hands of criminals.