Press Releases

Friday, April 26, 2019

As excerpted from Uken Report:

In its 2018 Legislative Scorecard, Equality California awarded Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia 100 percent. 

“For me it is simple,” Garcia told Uken Report about his perfect score. “I was elected to represent the residents of our 56th California State Assembly District. That means all of our residents.  I am very mindful that the policies I introduce and support are both equitable and inclusive.  For me, there is no room for discrimination, and I am proud to help advance legislation that will ensure a more just California for all.” 

Friday, March 29, 2019

As excerpted from The Desert Sun:

Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia, D-Coachella, led Steyer and a delegation of local and state leaders on a tour of areas that have, for years, lacked clean drinking water, including a Thermal elementary school whose water source is an old, unreliable well.

"Water is key,” said Sergio Carranza, executive director of Pueblos Unido CDC, a Coachella nonprofit that advocates for affordable housing in the east valley.

Many California residents, Garcia said, are still unaware of the connections between climate change policy, the air they breathe and the water they drink.

"Driving the climate change conversation at the state level has allowed us to connect the dots to these very localized environmental injustices," he said.

Monday, March 4, 2019

Esteemed Community Leader Receives Statewide Acclaim for Her Service and Advocacy.

Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and Beatriz Gonzalez, 2019 Woman of the Year

(SACRAMENTO – CA) – Today, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) proudly presented Indio resident and esteemed community leader, Beatriz “Bea” Gonzalez, as the 56th Assembly District’s 2019 Woman of the Year recipient.

“It is my great privilege to be able to bestow this honor on such a well deserving recipient as Beatriz Gonzalez. Bea is a spectacular person, much beloved and well known in our community for her big personality and even bigger heart. She is a fierce advocate and consummate volunteer. She has dedicated her career growing Coachella Valley Unified School District’s Expanded Learning After School Programs where she has gone above and beyond, building partnerships and leveraging resources to ensure that her students have every possible opportunity to succeed,” shared Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia.


Thursday, February 14, 2019