tom-lackey-home01As someone raised in Boron who has called the Antelope Valley and High Desert home all my life, it has been an incredible honor to serve as your Assemblyman over the past several years.

When I was elected, I promised you that I would fight higher taxes, increase job opportunities, protect our communities, stand up to special interests, and seek solutions to the biggest problems facing our region.

This is exactly what I’ve done, and I’m proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish.

However, the job is not done and as your Assemblyman, I am committed to continuing this fight. I won’t back down, make excuses, or run from the tough issues. Our community is too important to just hope for the best.

Call or email me at any time if you have questions about our campaign or ideas on how to strengthen our community: 661.524.6084 or

Tom Lackey

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Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill by Assemblyman Tom Lackey allowing retired law enforcement officials to openly carry firearms. The new law, Assembly Bill 1192, gives retired peace officers permission to openly carry firearms with a high-capacity magazine. With the previous passage of the Safety For ... Read More
July 13, 2018sfenaroli


Assemblyman Tom Lackey honored Navy veteran Gwendolyn Bolden as the 2018 Veteran of the Year in the 36th District Thursday. Bolden enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1951 and served in the Korean Emergency at various duty stations. She later enrolled in Officer Candidate School and served as an education officer ... Read More
June 22, 2018sfenaroli


A bill from two Santa Clarita Valley legislators meant to stop the state from “dumping” sex offenders in rural communities is now headed to the Assembly’s Appropriations Committee. Senate Bill 1199, introduced by Senator Scott Wilk, R-Antelope Valley, and co-authored by Assemblyman Tom Lackey, R-Lancaster, was approved by the Assembly Committee ... Read More
June 12, 2018sfenaroli


Lackey, who is the current assemblyman for the district, received the most votes and the highest vote share in Tuesday’s primary election with 61.7 percent of the vote, with former Assemblyman Fox receiving 38.3 percent, according to the California Secretary of State. “I’m so thankful to the voters who voted to ... Read More
June 8, 2018sfenaroli
Tom is the kind of leader our community needs in Sacramento. He grew up in Kern County, became a special education teacher, and spent 28 years protecting our families with the California Highway Patrol. He will represent the Antelope Valley well.
Congressman and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy

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