Frazier Eager to Fix California’s Transportation System Following State of the State

Press Release


Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Oakley) released the following statement regarding Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s State of the State Address:

“As Chair of the Assembly Transportation Committee I am optimistic that along with the Governor and my colleagues we can move toward one comprehensive plan to fix our roads.

“I am hopeful that the incoming Administration will make transportation a priority. I look forward to seeing the details, including opportunities to leverage state funding to increase federal funds.

“It has been almost two years since the Legislature was challenged to create a plan that properly funds our roads, highways and bridges. All of us in California are directly impacted by unnecessary burdens with each passing day of inaction on this very important issue.

“Think about the precious time with family lost from increased congestion on our highways or money spent on car repairs from excessive potholes on our local roads. Imagine the economic stimulus resulting from a funding plan that would create tens of thousands of good-paying jobs.

“The time is now to come together on a comprehensive solution so we can keep California moving.”

Assemblymember Frazier represents the 11th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Antioch, Bethel Island, Birds Landing, Brentwood, Byron, Collinsville, Discovery Bay, Fairfield, Isleton, Knightsen, Locke, Oakley, Pittsburg (partial), Rio Vista, Suisun City, Travis AFB, Vacaville and Walnut Grove.


  1. I feel so stupid after reading this by Jim Frazier. He says nothing and is doing nothing for the people of Contra Costa. He is a tax and spend fraud with no real plan other than to pull money out of our pockets in the form of a gas tax. He is chair of a committee, he has no real power other than what is in his little head. He is worthless. Can someone serious run against him in 2 years and get him out of Sacramento and on the unemployment line.

  2. how do you demotards expect to get federal funding now?

    Now the fraziertard “hopes the incoming administration will make transportation a priority”.

    What about the outgoing administration? How did they do on transportation huh Frazier? Cat got your tongue????

  3. Haven’t you heard? They had an “accounting error” in the California State budget. They are now 1.9 BILLION in the RED! They have to find a new way to make up the shortfall. You can be sure there will be lots of ingenious ways to disguise the new taxes. Oh it’s for the roads, the infrastructure, and my very favorite, for the Kids!

  4. It’s time to retire this BUM. Jim Frazier does not care about any one of you. He is a self serving nariccist who has burned every bridge. Everyone I know that has come across this loser is sickens by his motives. In two years let’s make sure we take out the trash starting with this blowhard.

  5. I don’t know how in the world, Sacramento can expect federal transportation aid dollars to flow into California’s infrastructure problems? After what they attempted to do, on day one of the 2017 session, right after everyone took their oath. You seriously don’t think he pays any attention to this? He’s watching……

    To quote Churchill: “An Iron Curtain has descended across the continent.” In 2017, it starts at the California border, and California Liberals fired the first shot, so to expect Federal dollars after insulting the new President is, IMHO, ludicrous and a waste of California’s time.

    Do I plan to run again, against this head case? I might, but he has to come out and campaign, instead of hiding under a rock like he did in 2016….All I can say is thank god for Term Limits. 62,227 voters can’t ALL be wrong!

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