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E. Dotson Wilson
California Assembly Elects First Woman as Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian
January 16, 2020
The 80-member lower house of the state legislature voted for, then confirmed and swore in Sue Parker, a long-serving African-American public official, to the Assembly’s non-member, non-partisan role. ... read more »
Life After Legislating: Gov. Appoints Longest-Serving Black Assembly Chief Clerk to New Job
December 19, 2019
On Friday, Dec. 13, Gov. Newsom appointed E. Dotson Wilson to the state’s five-member Political Practices Commission. ... read more »
A Warm Sendoff for E. Dotson Wilson, the Assembly’s Longest-Serving African American
September 26, 2019
 On January 6, 1992, the California Assembly elected E. Dotson Wilson as its Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian. The Berkeley native made history that day, becoming the first African American to be voted into that all important, non-partisan role at any legislative body in the United States. ... read more »
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