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Bill Emmerson is a Republican California State Assemblyman representing District 63 in the Inland Empire. He was first elected in November 2004.

Born in Oakland, his family moved to Orange County when his father opened a dental practice in Corona Del Mar, then moved again to Riverside County where he attended high school.

He graduated from La Sierra University in Riverside and worked as an aide in Congressman Jerry PettisWashington, D.C. office while studying Public Administration at American University. Emmerson moved back to California and joined the staff of the Assembly Minority Leader W. Craig Biddle, where he worked from 1969 to 1974 while also continuing his post graduate studies at California State University, Sacramento.

Emmerson then enrolled in The School of Dentistry of Loma Linda University. Upon graduating with his D.D.S. (1980) and M.S. (1982) degrees, Dr. Emmerson embarked upon a successful 22 years orthodontic practice in Hemet before entering politics.

Emmerson helped establish the dental hygiene program at Riverside Community College and to rehabilitate Redlands Fire Station 1, and served on the alumni association of Loma Linda University. He is currently active in the Kiwanis Club of Redlands and as a volunteer with the Redlands Bicycle Classic.

Emmerson is opposed to AB 390, the Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act.

Bill and his wife, Nan, have two daughters, Kate and Caroline.

California Assembly
Preceded by
Robert Dutton
California State Assemblyman, 63rd district
2004–
Succeeded by
incumbent

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