Assemblymember

Cecilia Aguiar-Curry

Mayor • Farmer • Businesswoman

State Assembly, District 4

“Our communities have faced many challenges, but the unprecedented healthcare and economic impacts of the pandemic, compounded with the increasing impacts of wildfires, have left many residents anxious and confused.

My staff and I are working 24/7 with city, county and state agencies to help residents and businesses. For updated information about COVID-19 or wildfires, or to contact my state offices about any other state-related issues, go to https://a04.asmdc.org/.

Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry

First Woman Mayor of Winters

Cecilia has a track record of getting things done as a community leader and businesswoman, Planning Commissioner, City Councilmember, and first woman Mayor of Winters. She continues that focus on accomplishment in the Assembly, as Chair of the Assembly Local Government Committee.

Businesswoman

With degrees in accounting and business, Cecilia has specialized in water use, strategic planning and community outreach. Cecilia brings a common-sense approach, based on years of experience, to the challenges facing California and District 4.

Family Farmer

Her passion and appreciation for agriculture started when she was a child, working summers and after school on the farm, and as a co-owner of the family farm. As a member of the Assembly Ag Committee, Cecilia is fighting for the ag industry and particularly small, family farmers.

About the 4th District

The district runs from Rohnert Park in the west to Davis in the east and includes all or parts of Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Colusa, Solano and Yolo counties.