Alex Padilla

California Democratic U.S. Senator

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US Senator. Former California Secretary of State; former Democratic State Senator for the Fernando Valley(2006-2014), where he chaired the Committee on Energy, Utilities, and Communications; former member of the Los Angeles City Council

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Senator Alex Padilla is in Inglewood today, touring the coronavirus mass vaccination site at SoFi Stadium. Earlier this month, he unveiled the Citizenship for Essential Workers Act.

New California Senator Alex Padilla on increasing COVID vaccinations and passing immigration reform

Senator Alex Padilla is in Inglewood today, touring the coronavirus mass vaccination site at SoFi Stadium. Earlier this month, he unveiled the Citizenship for Essential Workers Act.

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Alex Padilla talks about his journey from Pacoima to Washington D.C. and his plans in the Senate.

‘We're fired up and ready to work’: California Senator Alex Padilla on COVID relief and immigration reform

Alex Padilla talks about his journey from Pacoima to Washington D.C. and his plans in the Senate.

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The nation’s highest court rejected the Trump administration’s argument to add a citizenship question to next year’s census.

Secretary of State Alex Padilla on Supreme Court 2020 Census decision

The nation’s highest court rejected the Trump administration’s argument to add a citizenship question to next year’s census.

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