Larry Bowler

Former Representative from the 10th District at California State Assembly

Larry Bowler

Larry Bowler

Former Representative from the 10th District at California State Assembly

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Larry Bowler was a Republican politician from the State of California. He represented suburban Sacramento in the California State Assembly from 1992 until 1998.Bowler was in the Sacramento County Sheriff's office, rising to the rank of lieutenant, for thirty years prior to becoming an assemblyman.Bowler originally made an unsuccessful run for the state assembly in 1988, losing to then Assemblyman Phil Isenberg by a margin of 57% to 43%. More than 1.3 million dollars was spent on the race.

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Representative from California's 4th Congressional District

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Former Mayor of Anaheim, CA, United States

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Vice President for Government Relations at University of Southern California

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Representative from California's 32nd Congressional District

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Former Senator from the 38th District at California State Senate

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Former Representative from the 62nd District at California State Assembly

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Director at California Museum for History, Women & the Arts

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President at Riverside Convention & Visitors Bureau

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Former Speaker at California State Assembly

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Professor at George Washington University

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Larry Bowler
Former Representative from the 10th District at California State Assembly
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Representative from the 10th District
1992 - 1998

The California State Assembly is the lower house of the California State Legislature. It consists of 80 members, with each member representing at least 465,000 people. Due to the state's large population and relatively small legislature, the State Assembly has the largest population-per-representative ratio of any state lower house and second largest of any legislative lower house in the United States after the federal House of Representatives. As a result of Proposition 140 in 1990 and Proposition 28 in 2012, members elected to the legislature prior to 2012 are restricted by term limits to three two-year terms (six years), while those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years in the legislature in any combination of four-year state senate or two-year state assembly terms.Members of the assembly are generally referred to using the titles assemblyman (for men), assemblywoman (for women), or assemblymember (for all genders). The State Assembly convenes at the California State Capitol in Sacramento. In the current session, the Democrats control 54 seats, forming a supermajority of the chamber. Republicans control 25 seats.

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