Congresswoman Norma J. Torres represents California's 35th Congressional District, which includes Bloomington, Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, and Rialto. She previously served as a State Senator, Assembly Member, and as a Mayor and Council Member in the City of Pomona. Throughout her career in elected office, she has worked to make government more responsive to the needs of local residents.
As State Senator, Torres played a significant role in making the Affordable Care Act work for California’s patients and consumers. She also served as Chair of the Committee on Housing and Community Development.
In the U.S. Congress, Torres has served on the House Appropriations and Rules Committees, as well as the Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, and Natural Resources Committees.
Torres immigrated to the United States from Guatemala at age five and is a longtime resident of the Inland Empire. She resides in Pomona with her husband Louis, and their two sons Robert and Matthew. Her third son, Christopher, is an Air Force veteran. Torres received her bachelor’s degree in Labor Studies from the National Labor College in Silver Springs, Maryland.
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