Meet Kelvin, Candidate for California’s 38th Assembly District
I was born and raised in California. I currently reside in Santa Clarita. This is my home where community, family, and children are most important. My parents inspired me to work hard and give back to others.
Now, I’m watching my little girl grow up, and I want the best for her just like my parents wanted for me. I want a world where she feels safe to play, go to school, and dream big.
This is why I’ve dedicated my education and career to public service and to improving the quality of life for my community.
Kelvin Driscoll 2020
I’ve studied at USC, The American University, and the University of Puerto Rico. I’ve been an adjunct professor at Long Beach Community College and USC.
I’ve worked with the State Education Commission on behalf of Assembly Speaker Karen Bass. I’ve also worked with Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn to support the wellbeing of children and families.
Currently, I work as the Program Director for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services, the largest social services agency in the United States serving over 10 million residents in 88 cities.
Now, I’m ready to work harder
and give more:
I’m ready to serve you and would be honored to represent you in California’s 38th State Assembly District.
Vote for me on March 3rd.
Let’s work together to make this vision our reality.
Candidate for California’s 38th Assembly District