Carley V. Porter, a Democrat, was first elected to the Assembly in a special election held on November 8, 1949. Porter represented
the 69th Assembly District (1950-62), reapportioned as the 38th Assembly District in 1962, comprising parts of Compton, Downey,
Lynwood, Paramount, and Bellflower until his death on December 6, 1972. Porter's primary legislative interests centered around
the State's water problems, education, child care centers, the dairy industry, court reorganization, and city and county government.
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