The California Legislature is divided into two houses. The Senate has 40 members and the Assembly has 80 members. There are also caucuses in the legislature. These caucuses are groups of legislators who share something in common. For example there is a women's caucuses, an African American caucus, and an LGBT caucus.
By clicking the following links, you can see lists of the members of the Senate and Assembly and of the various caucuses. In each list, the legislator's names are links that take you to the web page of the legislator. Each web page tells you about the legislator and gives you his or her contact information. Usually, too, you will see the bills that have been introduced by the legislator.
To promote the social, economic, and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex individuals, couples and families; people affected by HIV/AIDS; People of Color; people on limited income; and women. We do this by urging elected officials to enact and support legislation that accomplishes this goal.