Press Releases

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement in response to the recent mass shooting at Cook’s Corner, a historic bar located in Trabuco Canyon.

“I’m heartbroken by the news of yet another mass shooting tonight, this time at Cook’s Corner, a historic bar in the heart of Orange County. My team and I are monitoring the incident and will do everything we can to support law enforcement.

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Today, Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement in response to Attorney General Rob Bonta’s formal apology on behalf of the California Department of Justice for its role in the systematic detention and incarceration of Japanese-Americans after the attacks in Pearl Harbor.

(Huntington Beach, CA) - Today, Senator Dave Min sent a letter to the City of Huntington Beach, which he represents, regarding his concerns about the City Council Charter Review Ad Hoc Committee's recommended Charter Amendment.

In a letter addressed to Mayor Tony Strickland and Councilmembers, Senator Min raised apprehensions that the proposed Charter Amendment could severely impede the rights of voters in Huntington Beach to participate in municipal, state, and federal elections. 


(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Senator Dave Min today announced that Senate Bill (SB) 290, “Domestic Violence Documentation: Victim Access,” was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom. The first of two bills introduced as part of Min’s domestic violence legislative package this year, the new law modernizes the Access to Domestic Violence Reports Act of 1999 to allow domestic violence survivors to more easily access the evidence they need to try to obtain court-ordered legal protections.

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) announced that he was able to procure nearly $10 million for local priorities in the 2023-24 California State Budget, even as tax revenues have significantly declined. The State Budget, signed by Governor Gavin Newsom late Tuesday night, includes disbursements for ten local projects in the 37th Senate District requested by Senator Min, including investments in water management, arts education and public safety technology.

(HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA) - Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement ahead of tonight’s Huntington Beach City Council meeting where an ordinance will be considered to place a ban on “pornographic” or “obscene” books available throughout the city’s public libraries.

(HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA) - Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement to vehemently condemn the reprehensible distribution of hate-filled flyers targeting the LGBTQ+ and Jewish communities in Huntington Beach neighborhoods.

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) today announced the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach as the 2023 Nonprofit of the Year for the 37th Senate District. In partnership with the State Legislature and California Association of Nonprofits, Senator Min is proud to honor an exceptional youth organization that has made a lasting impact on generations of Orange County kids. Since 1952, the Boys & Girls Club has instilled academic success, character development, and community service as core tenants for Club members.