Take Control Of Your Correspondence

Dear Friend,
As you work towards setting New Year resolutions, you may also be interested in getting rid of the clutter that is unwanted solicitation. Please take a moment to look at the following information on how to remove your name and address from unwanted mail, email and phone calls:
Prescreened Credit Offers
National Do Not Call List (home and cell phones)
Direct Marketing Mail and Email
Catalogs/Junk Mail
As always, if you have any questions please feel free to call my office at (707) 399-3011 or (925) 513-0411. Here’s to taking control of your correspondence in the New Year!
About Jim Frazier
Assemblymember Frazier currently serves as Chair of the Assembly Transportation Committee, which oversees issues pertaining to Transit Authority, California Highway Patrol, vehicles, aircraft, and vessels; operation, licensing and registration, and drivers licenses.
Frazier became involved in public service after a family tragedy. On December 16, 2000, his two daughters were in a head-on auto collision caused by black ice on their way to Lake Tahoe. The accident was fatal for his oldest daughter, and left his younger daughter in critical condition. Grief-stricken, Frazier worked to help prevent other families from undergoing the same painful experience. In his research, he learned that there had been 143 accidents and numerous fatalities on the same two-mile stretch where his daughters’ accident had occurred. Jim succeeded in convincing Caltrans to widen the median and install a new pavement that would prevent black ice from forming on that part of the highway. This unfortunate tragedy sparked Frazier’s interest in highway safety and transportation infrastructure improvements, which led to his further involvement in public service.
As always, it’s a pleasure to serve you.

Assemblymember, 11th District