Republican and Laguna Niguel Mayor Davies beat current Assemblyman William Brough (R) in this district in March. Laguna Niguel does not permit any type of cannabis business.
Holds office State Assembly District 73
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 74 on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Laurie is the candidate in this race that has been endorsed by Orange County law enforcement. Sheriffs Barnes and Hutchens support Laurie’s candidacy because they know she puts the safety of her community first, and she’ll do the same in Sacramento.
Laurie believes that AB 109, Prop 47 & 57 have only emboldened criminals in our state and limit the ability of our law enforcement officers to put felons behind bars. Laurie believes in repealing these measures or, at the very minimum, reforming them, so they are less harmful to the people of California.
As Mayor, keeping Laguna Niguel a safe place to live has always been a top priority for Laurie. She has worked with the Orange County Fire Authority and the American Red Cross to install fire alarms in 86 in-home visits. This effort installed over 300 fire alarms and educated over 200 residents on the use of fire alarms.
Laurie has also worked with the local police department to provide education on anti-bullying programs, teen driving safety, and to increase the number of Neighborhood Watch programs by 30%.
During her time on the city council, she worked with her colleagues to add two police officers to the payroll to better enforce speeding and DUI’s. Most cities are making cuts, but Mayor Davies believes that investing in our communities is critical, and that is why Laguna Niguel has been named one of the ten safest cities in California. https://www.daviesforca.com/
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