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By the time she launched her own campaign, Cervantes had pounded the pavement so much that some voters remembered her as the one who had registered them to vote. In just two years, her district flipped from one where Republicans had a 5-point advantage to one where, today, Democrats outnumber Republicans by 3.5 percentage points.
One alumna who certainly took Victorino’s sentiment to heart? State Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes, who graduated from UCR in 2009 and now represents California’s 60th District.
During a keynote address, Cervantes emphasized the importance of women having the courage to blaze trails while simultaneously using their successes to elevate the women around them.
Noting that Cervantes did not vote to extend California’s Cap-and-Trade Program, Rendon said: “With Sabrina, she’s not sort of an ideologically rigid member. She votes for things on a case-by-case basis... and I think her voters recognize that and I think they’ll reward her with another term.”