SACRAMENTO - The California District Attorneys Association (CDAA) has released its 2018 Legislative Scorecard and awarded Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) a "100% score" for his voting record on legislation affecting public safety.
With 40 state senators in the California State Legislature, Senator Stone is one out of six who earned "100%."
“Public safety should be the top priority of all elected officials,” said Senator Stone. “I am honored to support the CDAA, along with public safety agencies across the 28th Senate District, and the State of California. I will continue to work hard to promote policies that strengthen public safety and to oppose legislation that makes our communities less safe.”
For the 2018 legislative session, the CDAA focused on 12 public safety bills listed as a "priority." Among some of the bills that CDAA opposed included Senate Bill 1279 which would have reduced prison sentences for certain dangerous offenders, and Senate Bill 1393 which will remove restrictions prohibiting a judge from striking a prior serious felony conviction in connection with a 5-year enhancement.
To read the full report and scorecard click on this link: