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  |Position = California State Senate District 29
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}}{{TOCnestright}}'''Bob Huff''' (b. 1953) is a [[Republican Party|Republican]] member of the [[California State Senate]]. He represents California's 29th Senate District and currently serves as [[State Senate Minority Caucus Leader|Minority Caucus Leader]].
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|Prior office = California State Assembly
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}}{{TOCnestright}}'''Bob Huff''' (b. 1953) is a [[Republican]] member of the [[California State Senate]], representing District 29. He was first elected to the chamber in 2008. He currently serves as [[State Senate Minority Leader|Minority Leader]].
  
Huff was elected to the state senate in November 2008.  Prior to joining the senate, he served for four years in the [[California State Assembly]] from 2004-2008.  He was a member of the Diamond Bar City Council from 1995-2004 and served two terms as mayor of Diamond Bar.
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Prior to joining the senate, he served for four years in the [[California State Assembly]] from 2004-2008.  He was a member of the Diamond Bar City Council from 1995-2004 and served two terms as mayor of Diamond Bar.
  
Huff has a B.A. in Psychology from Westmont College.
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==Biography==
 
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Huff earned his B.A. in Psychology from Westmont College.  
He is married to Mei Mei Huff and they have four children.
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==Committee assignments==
 
==Committee assignments==
===2011-2012===
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===2013-2014===
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Huff has been appointed to these committees:
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At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Huff served on the following committees:
  
*[[Budget and Fiscal Review Committee, California Senate]], Vice Chair
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{{Committee Assignments
:*Subcommittee on Education
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*[[Education Committee, California Senate]], Vice Chair
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|State = California
:*Subcommittee on Sustainable School Facilities
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|year = 2013
*[[Governance and Finance Committee, California Senate]], Vice Chair
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|Chamber = State Senate
*[[Rules Committee, California Legislature]]
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|Committee1 = Education
*[[Transportation and Housing Committee, California Senate]]
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|Committee2 = Joint Rules
 
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|Joint2 = Yes
===2009-2010===
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In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Huff served on these committees:
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* [[Transportation and Housing Committee, California Senate|Transportation and Housing]] (Vice Chair)<ref>[http://www.sen.ca.gov/ftp/sen/committee/STANDING/TRANSPORTATION/_home1/PROFILE.HTM Members of the Senate Transportation and Housing committee]</ref>
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* [[Education Committee, California Senate|Education]] (Vice Chair)<ref>[http://www.senate.ca.gov/ftp/sen/committee/STANDING/EDUCATION/_home1/PROFILE.HTM Senate Education committee membership list]</ref>
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* [[Public Safety Committee, California Senate|Public Safety]]<ref>[http://www.senate.ca.gov/ftp/sen/committee/STANDING/PUBLICSAFETY/_home1/PROFILE.HTM Senate Public Safety committee membership list]</ref>
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* [[Natural Resources and Water Committee, California Senate|Natural Resources and Water]]<ref>[http://www.senate.ca.gov/ftp/sen/committee/STANDING/NRW/_home1/PROFILE.HTM Senate Natural Resources and Water committee membership]</ref>
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* [[Joint Legislative Budget Committee, California Legislature]]
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==Issues==
 
==Issues==
 
===Taxes===
 
===Taxes===
 
 
Sen. [[Tony Strickland]] blasted Democrats in June 2011 for not committing the recently discovered $6.6 billion additional state tax revenues to public safety and education. Public safety and education groups are the two in the state claiming to be hit the hardest with cuts. Strickland said it does not appear the money was spent wisely.
 
Sen. [[Tony Strickland]] blasted Democrats in June 2011 for not committing the recently discovered $6.6 billion additional state tax revenues to public safety and education. Public safety and education groups are the two in the state claiming to be hit the hardest with cuts. Strickland said it does not appear the money was spent wisely.
  
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Under SB 653, local governments could pass local taxes increases on not just goods and services, but also on income taxes. In the course of the 2011 session, Democrats said they would create a local car tax, additional business taxes, property taxes and many different excise taxes on cigarettes, liquor, soda and even locally sold medical marijuana.<ref>[http://www.calwatchdog.com/2011/06/13/bridge-tax-fails-local-tax-passed/ "Bridge Tax Fails; Local Tax Passes," ''CalWatchdog.org'' June 13, 2010]</ref>
 
Under SB 653, local governments could pass local taxes increases on not just goods and services, but also on income taxes. In the course of the 2011 session, Democrats said they would create a local car tax, additional business taxes, property taxes and many different excise taxes on cigarettes, liquor, soda and even locally sold medical marijuana.<ref>[http://www.calwatchdog.com/2011/06/13/bridge-tax-fails-local-tax-passed/ "Bridge Tax Fails; Local Tax Passes," ''CalWatchdog.org'' June 13, 2010]</ref>
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===Spending transparency===
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Huff is a sponsor of Senate Bill 719 which would require each state department and agency to publish a website that provides details on expenditures in a searchable format.  He says, "Transparency is an essential component of democracy and allows taxpayers to hold public officials accountable for their actions. More public scrutiny will help reduce impropriety in dealing with taxpayer dollars - be it perceived or real."<ref>[http://www.chinohills.com/news-articles-details/Bob_Huff_Announced_Taxpayer_Transparency_Act-690 ''Chino Hills News'', "Bob Huff announced Taxpayer Transparency Act'', April 16, 2009]</ref>
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===Legislative scorecard===
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[[Capitol Weekly]], California's major weekly periodical covering the [[California State Legislature|state legislature]], publishes an annual legislative scorecard to pin down the political or ideological leanings of every member of the legislature based on how they voted on an assortment of bills in the most recent legislative session.  The 2009 scores were based on votes on 19 bills, but did not include how legislators voted on the [[California Proposition 1A, Temporary Tax Increase (May 2009)|Proposition 1A (2009)]].  On the scorecard, "100" is a perfect liberal score and "0" is a perfect conservative score. <ref name=scorecard>[http://capitolweekly.net/article.php?_c=yhq30izrcjpifl&xid=yhnf7ylhyptpvq&done=.yhq30izrck7ifl ''Capitol Weekly'', "Capitol Weekly's Legislative Scorecard", December 17, 2009]</ref>,<ref>[http://foxandhoundsdaily.com/blog/jon-fleischman/6105-random-thoughts-political-scene ''Fox and Hounds Daily'', "Random Thoughts on the Political Scene", December 18, 2009]</ref>
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On the 2009 Capitol Weekly legislative scorecard, Huff ranked as a '''9'''.  <ref>[http://capitolweekly.net/fs/global:file/article/jq2q6aq0qasen6_files/file/id/yhpv1hrwt99tc2?_c=yhq30izrcjpifl ''Capitol Weekly", Downloadable 2009 Capitol Weekly State Legislative Scorecard]</ref>
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===2011-2012===
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In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Huff serves on these committees:
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|State = California
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|year = 2011
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|Chamber = State Senate
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|Committee1 = Education
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|Chair1 = Vice-chair
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|Committee2 = Governance and Finance
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|Chair2 = Vice-chair
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|Committee3 = Rules
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|Joint3 = Yes
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|Committee4 = Transportation and Housing
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===2009-2010===
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In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Huff served on these committees:
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|year = 2009
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|Chamber = State Senate
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|Committee1 = Transportation and Housing
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|Chair1 = Vice-chair
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|Committee2 = Education
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|Chair2 = Vice-chair
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|Committee3 = Public Safety
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|Committee4 = Natural Resources and Water
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|Committee5 = Joint Legislative Budget
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|Joint5 = Yes
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==Elections==
 
==Elections==
===2008===
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===2012===
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:: ''See also: [[California State Senate elections, 2012]]''
  
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Huff won re-election in the [[State legislative elections, 2012|2012 election]] for [[California State Senate elections, 2012|California State Senate]] District 29.  He and [[Greg Diamond]] (D) advanced past the [[blanket primary]] on June 5, 2012, unopposed. Huff was victorious in the general election on November 6, 2012.<ref>[http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/2012-elections/june-primary/pdf/june-2012-candidates-list.pdf California Secretary of State, Official candidate list]</ref><ref>[http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/sov/2012-primary/pdf/2012-complete-sov.pdf California Secretary of State - Official 2012 Primary Results]</ref>
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|winner1 =Robert "Bob" Huff
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===2008===
 
In 2008 Huff was elected to the California State Senate, District 29. He finished with 178,155 votes and was followed by Joseph Lyons with 127,536 votes and Jill Stone with 21,983 votes.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_election_results.phtml?s=CA&y=2008 California State Senate official election results]</ref> Huff raised $963,990 for his campaign fund.
 
In 2008 Huff was elected to the California State Senate, District 29. He finished with 178,155 votes and was followed by Joseph Lyons with 127,536 votes and Jill Stone with 21,983 votes.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_election_results.phtml?s=CA&y=2008 California State Senate official election results]</ref> Huff raised $963,990 for his campaign fund.
  
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|org1 = Peace Officers Research Association Of California
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|org2 = Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers
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|org3 = Unitedhealthcare
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|org4 = Altria
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|org5 = Pechanga Band Of Luiseno Mission Indians
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|orgdonor1 = $12,900
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|orgdonor2 = $10,950
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|orgdonor3 = $7,800
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===2008===
 
In 2008 Huff raised $963,990 in campaign donations. Four of his top donors are listed below.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=97947 Campaign donors]</ref>
 
In 2008 Huff raised $963,990 in campaign donations. Four of his top donors are listed below.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=97947 Campaign donors]</ref>
  
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==Policy positions==
 
 
Huff wrote the ballot argument against [[California Proposition 1C (May 2009)]].<ref>[http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/04/18/BAC9173OJ3.DTL ''San Francisco Chronicle'', "Leader of anti-gambling churches vs. Prop. 1C", April 19, 2009]</ref>
 
 
===Spending transparency===
 
 
Huff is a sponsor of Senate Bill 719 which would require each state department and agency to publish a website that provides details on expenditures in a searchable format.  He says, "Transparency is an essential component of democracy and allows taxpayers to hold public officials accountable for their actions. More public scrutiny will help reduce impropriety in dealing with taxpayer dollars - be it perceived or real."<ref>[http://www.chinohills.com/news-articles-details/Bob_Huff_Announced_Taxpayer_Transparency_Act-690 ''Chino Hills News'', "Bob Huff announced Taxpayer Transparency Act'', April 16, 2009]</ref>
 
 
===Legislative scorecard===
 
 
[[Capitol Weekly]], California's major weekly periodical covering the [[California State Legislature|state legislature]], publishes an annual legislative scorecard to pin down the political or ideological leanings of every member of the legislature based on how they voted on an assortment of bills in the most recent legislative session.  The 2009 scores were based on votes on 19 bills, but did not include how legislators voted on the [[California Proposition 1A (May 2009)|Proposition 1A (2009)]].  On the scorecard, "100" is a perfect liberal score and "0" is a perfect conservative score. <ref name=scorecard>[http://capitolweekly.net/article.php?_c=yhq30izrcjpifl&xid=yhnf7ylhyptpvq&done=.yhq30izrck7ifl ''Capitol Weekly'', "Capitol Weekly's Legislative Scorecard", December 17, 2009]</ref>,<ref>[http://foxandhoundsdaily.com/blog/jon-fleischman/6105-random-thoughts-political-scene ''Fox and Hounds Daily'', "Random Thoughts on the Political Scene", December 18, 2009]</ref>
 
 
On the 2009 Capitol Weekly legislative scorecard, Huff ranked as a '''9'''.  <ref>[http://capitolweekly.net/fs/global:file/article/jq2q6aq0qasen6_files/file/id/yhpv1hrwt99tc2?_c=yhq30izrcjpifl ''Capitol Weekly", Downloadable 2009 Capitol Weekly State Legislative Scorecard]</ref>
 
 
==Elections==
 
 
===2010===
 
 
Huff's seat was not up for election in 2010.
 
  
 
==29th district profile==
 
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The rest of the district is in [[Orange County]], including all of Brea, Yorba Linda, La Habra, and Placentia, and part of Anaheim, in the Anaheim Foothills stretching toward Riverside County.<ref>[http://www.sen.ca.gov/ftp/SEN/senplan/SD29.HTM Overview of Senate District 29]</ref>
 
The rest of the district is in [[Orange County]], including all of Brea, Yorba Linda, La Habra, and Placentia, and part of Anaheim, in the Anaheim Foothills stretching toward Riverside County.<ref>[http://www.sen.ca.gov/ftp/SEN/senplan/SD29.HTM Overview of Senate District 29]</ref>
  
==See also==
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==Personal==
 
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Huff and his wife, Mei Mei Huff, have four children.
* [[California state senators whose terms expire in 2012]]
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==Recent news==
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This section displays the most recent stories in a google news search for the term '''Bob + Huff + California + Senate'''
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:''All stories may not be relevant to this page due to the nature of the search engine.''
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<rss>http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&gl=us&q=Bob+Huff+California+Senate+&um=1&ie=UTF-8&output=rss|template=slpfeed|max=10|title=Bob Huff News Feed</rss>
 
==External links==
 
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*[http://senatorbobhuff.com/ Bob Huff's personal website]
 
*[http://senatorbobhuff.com/ Bob Huff's personal website]
 
* [http://cssrc.us/web/29/ Official website of State Senator Bob Huff]
 
* [http://cssrc.us/web/29/ Official website of State Senator Bob Huff]
* [http://forums.vote-smart.org/summary.php?can_id=16575 Legislative profile of Bob Huff on Project Vote Smart]
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* Campaign contributions: [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=114902 2010], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=97947 2008], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=80335 2006], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=62612 2004], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=62317 1998]
* [http://forums.vote-smart.org/bio.php?can_id=16575 Biographical profile of Bob Huff on Project Vote Smart]
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* Campaign contributions: [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=62317 1998], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=62612 2004], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=80335 2006], [http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=97947 2008].
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* [http://www.vote-ca.org/Intro.aspx?State=CA&Id=CAHuffRobert Vote California profile of Bob Huff]
 
* [http://www.vote-ca.org/Intro.aspx?State=CA&Id=CAHuffRobert Vote California profile of Bob Huff]
 
* [http://www.statesurge.com/members/111115-bob-huff-california List of Senate bills sponsored by Huff]
 
* [http://www.statesurge.com/members/111115-bob-huff-california List of Senate bills sponsored by Huff]
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Bob Huff
Bob Huff.jpg
California State Senate District 29
Incumbent
In office
2008-Present
Term ends
December 5, 2016
Years in position 6
PartyRepublican
Leadership
Minority Leader
2012-present
Compensation
Base salary$95,291/year
Per diem$141.86/day
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 6, 2012
First elected2008
Next generalNovember 8, 2016
Term limits2 terms (8 years)
Prior offices
California State Assembly
2005-2010
Mayor, City of Diamond Bar
1997, 2001
Education
Bachelor'sWestmont College
Personal
Place of birthCalexico, CA
ProfessionBusiness Owner
ReligionProtestant
CandidateVerification
Bob Huff (b. 1953) is a Republican member of the California State Senate, representing District 29. He was first elected to the chamber in 2008. He currently serves as Minority Leader.

Prior to joining the senate, he served for four years in the California State Assembly from 2004-2008. He was a member of the Diamond Bar City Council from 1995-2004 and served two terms as mayor of Diamond Bar.

Biography

Huff earned his B.A. in Psychology from Westmont College.

Committee assignments

2013-2014

At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Huff served on the following committees:

California Committee Assignments, 2013
Education
Joint Rules

Issues

Taxes

Sen. Tony Strickland blasted Democrats in June 2011 for not committing the recently discovered $6.6 billion additional state tax revenues to public safety and education. Public safety and education groups are the two in the state claiming to be hit the hardest with cuts. Strickland said it does not appear the money was spent wisely.

“Democrats would like to claim that this budget is about public safety and education,” Strickland said. “Let’s be clear: You can make no mistake that this budget is not about protecting public safety or education. If you extend these taxes, it’s going to mean more people out of work at a time when people can least afford it. If you vote for this, it will actually be a full year of tax increases even if people in September vote it down.”

In 2011, Republicans blocked the passage of a tax bill requiring a two-thirds vote (AB X1 18).

Immediately following the failed tax vote, Sen. President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg brought up a bill (SB 1X 23) that housed his local taxation bill (SB 653) and would allow local governments to bring local tax opportunities to a vote.

“I believe that it is another club to use over Republicans and our constituencies, saying, if you don’t do this bridge tax, if you don’t raise the taxes of people that have already said no, then we are going to have all these different taxes,” said Republican Sen. Bob Huff.

However Steinberg and other Democrats said they planned to allow local governments to fund their own public programs, especially if Republicans and voters rejected the tax extensions in 2011. Senate Bill 653 was a bargaining tool to get Republicans to go along with Jerry Brown’s tax extensions.

Under SB 653, local governments could pass local taxes increases on not just goods and services, but also on income taxes. In the course of the 2011 session, Democrats said they would create a local car tax, additional business taxes, property taxes and many different excise taxes on cigarettes, liquor, soda and even locally sold medical marijuana.[1]

Spending transparency

Huff is a sponsor of Senate Bill 719 which would require each state department and agency to publish a website that provides details on expenditures in a searchable format. He says, "Transparency is an essential component of democracy and allows taxpayers to hold public officials accountable for their actions. More public scrutiny will help reduce impropriety in dealing with taxpayer dollars - be it perceived or real."[2]

Legislative scorecard

Capitol Weekly, California's major weekly periodical covering the state legislature, publishes an annual legislative scorecard to pin down the political or ideological leanings of every member of the legislature based on how they voted on an assortment of bills in the most recent legislative session. The 2009 scores were based on votes on 19 bills, but did not include how legislators voted on the Proposition 1A (2009). On the scorecard, "100" is a perfect liberal score and "0" is a perfect conservative score. [3],[4]

On the 2009 Capitol Weekly legislative scorecard, Huff ranked as a 9. [5]

2011-2012

In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Huff serves on these committees:

2009-2010

In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Huff served on these committees:

Elections

2012

See also: California State Senate elections, 2012

Huff won re-election in the 2012 election for California State Senate District 29. He and Greg Diamond (D) advanced past the blanket primary on June 5, 2012, unopposed. Huff was victorious in the general election on November 6, 2012.[6][7]

California State Senate, District 29, General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngRobert "Bob" Huff Incumbent 55.1% 160,912
     Democratic Greg Diamond 44.9% 131,228
Total Votes 292,140

2008

In 2008 Huff was elected to the California State Senate, District 29. He finished with 178,155 votes and was followed by Joseph Lyons with 127,536 votes and Jill Stone with 21,983 votes.[8] Huff raised $963,990 for his campaign fund.

California State Senate, District 29
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Bob Huff (R) 178,155
Joseph Lyons (D) 127,536
Jill Stone (L) 21,983

Campaign donors

2012

Campaign donor information is not yet available for this year.

2010 (Off-cycle)

California State Senate 2010 election - Campaign Contributions
Top contributors to Bob Huff's campaign in 2010
Peace Officers Research Association Of California$12,900
Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers$10,950
Unitedhealthcare$7,800
Altria$7,800
Pechanga Band Of Luiseno Mission Indians$7,800
Total Raised in 2010 $426,313

2008

In 2008 Huff raised $963,990 in campaign donations. Four of his top donors are listed below.[9]

Donor Amount
Eli Lilly & Co. $8,200
Farmers Insurance Group $8,190
California Steel Industries $7,200
Jeffrey S. Burum Enterprises $7,200

29th district profile

Map of District 29

California Senate District 29 includes parts of three counties. It includes the San Gabriel Foothills and both sides of the hill ranges separating Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

Over half of the district's population resides in Los Angeles County ranging from La Crescenta-Montrose to Diamond Bar and the Foothill cities of Arcadia, Monrovia, Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, and Claremont. The district also includes Walnut and La Habra Heights and the unincorporated areas of Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights.

The cities of Chino and Chino Hills in San Bernardino County are part of the district.

The rest of the district is in Orange County, including all of Brea, Yorba Linda, La Habra, and Placentia, and part of Anaheim, in the Anaheim Foothills stretching toward Riverside County.[10]

Personal

Huff and his wife, Mei Mei Huff, have four children.

Recent news

This section displays the most recent stories in a google news search for the term Bob + Huff + California + Senate

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