Darrell Steven Steinberg (born October 15, 1959) is an American politician and attorney who is the 56th and current mayor of Sacramento, California since December 2016. He was elected to be mayor on June 7, 2016 (avoiding a runoff). Before that, he was California Senate President pro Tempore and the leader of the majority party in the California State Senate from 2008 to 2014.
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Darrell Steinberg has been a politician for most of his adult life, including 16 years in the California Legislature and the past 18 months as mayor of Sacramento. But he says some issues, such as immigration, transcend politics and go to his essence as a person — and as a Jew. Steinberg and other Northern California public officials, including Oakland City Council members Dan Kalb and Rebecca Kaplan, and San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Aaron Peskin, cite their Jewish roots and values as foundational principles in their fight for the rights of refugees and undocumented immigrants.
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