Press Releases

Senator Marie Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) today reiterated her strong opposition to the proposed release of Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) Kevin Gray into Stanislaus County on July 1st.

Senator Marie Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) proudly announced Eastern Sierra Community Housing as the California Senate District 4 Nonprofit of the Year for 2024. This prestigious recognition was celebrated with Patricia Robertson, the organization’s Executive Director, at the CA Nonprofit of the Year Day luncheon held on the California State Capitol Grounds.

SACRAMENTO - Senator Marie Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) is proud to announce that SB 796 has successfully passed through the Assembly Public Safety Committee.

In light of recent school threat incidents, including alarming events in Ceres and the ongoing litigation involving Jason Vassar, a Belleview Elementary school board trustee in Tuolumne County who wrote a manifesto about killing children, Senator Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) will host a virtual town hall on June 3rd to discuss her bill, SB 796. This bill aims to make it unlawful to threaten to commit a crime that will result in death or great bodily injury at a school or place of worship, even if a specific victim is not named.

In a significant legislative achievement, all five of Senator Alvarado-Gil's (D-Jackson) bills have successfully passed out of the Senate at the conclusion of House of Origin week.

Senator Marie Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) was honored to host Senate Leader Mike McGuire (D-North Coast) for a full day of collaboration and engagement with diverse stakeholders and residents in Stanislaus County on Friday. The events were aimed at elevating the issues and interests of the district, and saw a large turnout from the community, local elected officials, and experts in the agriculture, water, real estate, insurance, and labor sectors.

Senator Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) and her team proudly wrapped up their participation in the Calaveras County Fair this past weekend, marking the senator’s second year attending in her official capacity. As a long-time attendee of the fair, Senator Alvarado-Gil cherishes the traditions and community spirit that make this event a highlight of the year for Calaveras County.

On Thursday, the Senate Appropriations Committee convened to review several key pieces of legislation. The session resulted in the passage of five crucial bills authored by Senator Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson) which focus on public health, water infrastructure, fairs, and crucial human services programs. However, two bills were held in committee.