Senate District 32

Bob Archuleta

Senator Bob J. Archuleta, a former Presidential Appointee and Pico Rivera city mayor, has dedicated his life to serving his community and his country proudly.

He was elected in November 2018 to the California State Senate to represent the 32nd Senate District, which includes portions of Los Angeles County and Orange County.

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News & Press Releases

August 12, 2019

Sen. Bob Archuleta Appointed to the Military Council by Gov. Gavin Newsom

SACRAMENTO – California Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday, Aug. 9, 2019, appointed State Sen. Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera) to the Governor’s Military Council.

The Council’s mission is to provide a sustained focus on growing California’s defense and national security missions in state administration.

July 16, 2019

Senator Bob Archuleta Secures $4.4 Million for Upgrades to the Whittier Library  

NORWALK CA – California State Senator Archuleta has secured $4.4 million needed for the city of Whittier’s multi-million dollar modernization library project. The money is part of the $214.8-billion budget, the largest in the state’s history, signed Thursday by Governor Gavin Newsom.

“I worked with the Governor and my colleagues in the Senate and Assembly to bring vital resources to improve the quality of life for those who work and live in District 32,” Archuleta said.

July 16, 2019

Senator Bob Archuleta Secures $400,000 for Upgrades and Improvements to Smith Park in Pico Rivera  

NORWALK CA – State Senator Bob Archuleta has secured nearly $400,000 for the city of Pico Rivera to improve three of its Parks and Recreation facilities. The money is part of the $214.8-billion budget, the largest in the state’s history, signed Thursday by Governor Gavin Newsom.

July 16, 2019

Senator Bob Archuleta Secures $5 Million for the A.J Padelford Park Expansion in Artesia

NORWALK CA – California State Senator Archuleta has been in talks with the city of Artesia’s need for open space and parkland. A.J. Padelford Park is located in the low income community of Artesia and is in desperate need of an expansion. The park size has not changed since its development in 1973 and provides 0.47 acres per 1,000 residents which is significantly below the Los Angeles County average of 3.3 acres per 1,000 residents.

June 27, 2019

Senator Bob Archuleta congratulates Whittier Hustle and MVP Jacob Celiz for winning the Cooperstown All Star Championship in New York City.

The local boys of summer from Whittier have been looking forward to this travel date for years. “It’s the talk of the town to play in the Cooperstown All Star Championship, Coach Michael Celiz said.

“We have been preparing the team since they were five years of age and now at 12-years-old, they conquered and overwhelmingly so,” he added.