The Mike Honda Congressional Papers contain documentation of Mike Honda's congressional and political career as a House Representative
of California. The material in the collection also covers his involvement in numerous committees and caucuses.
Mike Honda is a former politician and educator. He is currently based in San Jose, CA. He first became active in politics
in 1971 when he was appointed by San Jose Mayor Norman Mineta to the city's planning commission. He was later elected to the
Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors in 1990 and then to the California State Assembly in 1996, serving until 2001. He
served in Congress from 2001 to 2017, and as a U.S. House Representative for California's 17th Congressional District from
2013 to 2017.
(21 Linear Feet)
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