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Cottie Petrie-Norris Takes Oath as Assemblymember for 73rd District

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Assemblymember Cottie Petrie-Norris is sworn in.

SACRAMENTO – Today, December 5, 2022, Cottie Petrie-Norris was sworn in as the Assemblymember for the 73rd Assembly District, representing the cities of Irvine, Costa Mesa and Tustin.

“It is truly and honor and privilege to represent California’s 73rd Assembly District,” said Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris (Irvine). “I am excited for the work that lies ahead and I look forward to getting to know my constituents even better this term and continuing to bring back real results for our communities.”

California voters have sent a clear message that we must continue combatting the climate crisis, building more affordable housing and leading as the world’s fourth largest economy.

The focus of the Assemblywoman will continue to include moving towards our climate goals, cutting red tape for small businesses, reducing gun violence and embracing oversight responsibilities to make California run stronger and more efficiently.

After the 2022 redistricting, the new AD 73 includes 60% of cities previously represented by Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris’ AD 74, and areas that were previously part of the following former 2012 Assembly districts: AD68, AD69, AD73.

Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris represents California’s 73rd District including Irvine, Tustin and Costa Mesa. She is the Chair of the Accountability and Administrative Review Committee and a member of Banking and Finance Committee; Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy Committee; Revenue & Taxation Committee and Veterans Committee. After working her way through Yale University, where she double majored in Economics and English, Cottie had a successful 20-year career in finance and technology. She helped to build businesses and led teams at Fortune 500 corporations, small companies and start-ups. Follow the Assemblywoman on Twitter or on Facebook