Kelly Seyarto Officially Launches His Campaign for the 67th Assembly District

Retired Firefighter and Four-Time Murrieta Mayor has the Experience and Support to be the Next Representative in the Assembly

Murrieta, CA – – Today Republican Kelly Seyarto officially announced his campaign for the 67th Assembly District. In addition to having served this past year as the Mayor of Murrieta, Kelly is a career firefighter of 35 years who retired as Battalion Chief in 2015.

“The 67th District is a special place with unique needs and my experience in public service uniquely qualifies me to go to Sacramento and work on behalf of our community,” said Seyarto. “As a firefighter, when called upon to put out a fire, that’s exactly what I did and right now our state is on fire. I’m answering the call to serve.” 

About Kelly Seyarto

Kelly was first elected to the Murrieta City Council in 1997 and served through 2006. Choosing to spend more time with his family, Kelly declined to run for reelection in 2006 but was successfully elected to serve the City of Murrieta again in 2016 and served as Mayor this past year.

In addition to his public service over the years, Kelly has been a community leader in nonprofit organizations including on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club, the League of California Cities Public Safety Committee, and the Western Riverside Council of Governments.

Kelly’s educational background consists of a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Fire Administration and Technology from California State University Los Angeles and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, California State University Long Beach (With Honors).

About the 67th Assembly District

The 67th Assembly District is entirely nested in the western part of  Riverside County and contains the cities and communities of Canyon Lake, East Hemet, El Sobrante, French Valley, Good Hope, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Lake Matthews, Lakeland Village, Menifee, Murrieta, Nuevo, Temescal Valley, Wildomar, and Woodcrest.

The 67th District is currently represented by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez who is not seeking reelection to run for the 28th Senate District.

More information about Kelly and his campaign for the 67th District can be found can at


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