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By kholzmeister
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007 at 6:35 pm in Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Fairview, General, Hayward, Other unincorporated areas, Politics, San Leandro.

Tomorrow is Jan. 3, the start of California’s Legislative session, and where are your politicians? Mary Hayashi, D-18th Assembly, and Ellen Corbett, D-10th state Senate, are in Sacramento, but constituents who don’t want to head north can check out their district offices.

Both have moved into the local digs of their predecessors.

Mary Hayashi

Hayashi’s office, 22320 Foothill Blvd., suite 540, in Hayward, formerly was occupied by Johan Klehs. Even though his office was in Hayward, Klehs — a former San Leandro City Council member — always identified himself as Klehs, D-San Leandro. His successor, a Castro Valley resident, is identifying herself as D-Hayward.

Ellen Corbett

Corbett, herself a former San Leandro mayor and assemblywoman, also always has identified herself with San Leandro. Now, since her Senate district spans both Alameda and Santa Clara counties, Corbett is serving constituents out of former senator Liz Figueroa’s office, 43801 Mission Blvd., No. 103, in Fremont. However, on her Web site, Corbett still identifies herself as D-San Leandro.

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