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Asm. Evan Low Statement on Retirement of Representative Anna Eshoo

For immediate release:

SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley) provided the following statement regarding the announcement by Representative Anna Eshoo to not seek re-election for United States Congress:

“Representative Anna Eshoo is an icon, personal hero and champion who leads this community with tremendous energy, grace, and grit. 

We are so blessed to have her as our leader, gracefully navigating the complex issues in this valley of high expectations. Her public service has been noble and selfless, advancing quality healthcare access for all, immigration reform rooted in compassion and humanity, and stringent consumer protections unfettered by special interests. I look forward to the many ways we can honor her extraordinary service to our communities.”


Evan Low represents the Silicon Valley in the California State Assembly. He was elected in 2014 after serving as a Councilmember and Mayor for the City of Campbell. He serves as a Member of the Assembly Committees on Communications & Conveyance, Elections, Governmental Organization, Higher Education, and Rules. Assemblymember Low also serves as the Chair of the California Asian American & Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus, is the founder and Co-Chair of the California Legislative Technology & Innovation Caucus, and is a Member of the California Legislative LGBTQ Caucus.