Assemblymember Ian Calderon
 Endorses Marc Berman for Assembly



December 7, 2015


State Assembly candidate and Palo Alto City Councilmember Marc Berman has earned the endorsement of California State Assemblymember Ian Calderon.

“California has always been a state full of possibility. From my district in Southern California to the Silicon Valley, we set the pace for innovation nationwide. That’s why I’m proud to endorse Marc Berman for the Assembly. I look forward to working with him in Sacramento to keep California’s tradition of progress and ingenuity alive,” Calderon said.

“I'm honored and excited to receive the endorsement of Assemblymember Ian Calderon. Ian, who represents the 57th Assembly District, has been a leader in the Assembly on critical issues including technological development, working with Silicon Valley leaders to create the Tech Caucus. Having his support is a huge boost to our campaign.”

Assemblymember Ian Calderon is the Chair of the Committee on Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism and Internet Media. Calderon is also the Chair of the Select Committee on Youth and California's Future.  He represents the 57th Assembly District, which includes the cities of Industry, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte, Whittier and the unincorporated communities of Avocado Heights and Hacienda Heights.

With his endorsement of Berman, Calderon joins legislative and tech industry leaders in supporting Berman for State Assembly, including incumbent Assemblymember Rich Gordon, Assembly Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin, State Senator Ben Allen and Supervisors Don Horsley and Warren Slocum, as well as former Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson. For a full list of Berman’s endorsements, please visit

The 24th Assembly District consists of the cities of Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Woodside, Portola Valley, Atherton, Menlo Park, Half Moon Bay and portions of Cupertino and the San Mateo County Coast.

For more information about Marc Berman, please visit