Fighting to improve the lives of the people of the 60th District


Housing Affordability

Quality Education

Safer Neighborhoods

Affordable Health Care

I want to serve the community I have called home for most of my life. The place where I am raising my family.

Jasmin Rubio


Jasmin has lived and raised her family in Riverside County for almost 30 years calling home the cities of Moreno Valley and San Jacinto. 

Driven by a sense of service and her five children, Jasmin immediately began volunteering at their local schools and became a San Jacinto Head Start Policy Council Representative and was selected by her peers to Chair the Riverside County Head Start Policy Council.

Aside from her volunteer work at schools, Jasmin started a path to public service as a member of the Student Government Senate at Mt. San Jacinto College advocating on behalf of nearly 20,000 students. Jasmin was a leader in the Measure AA campaign which issued $295 million in facilities bonds to benefit the local community college. 

Since 2015, Jasmin has served on the Board of Directors of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Mt. San Jacinto, and is a strong mental health advocate. NAMI is the largest grassroots mental health organization in the country. Jasmin has provided leadership in advocacy, education and support throughout the Hemet, San Jacinto Valley, Mid County Region in Riverside County and the Inland Empire.

In 2014, Jasmin was selected to fill an appointment on the Board of the San Jacinto Unified School District. She ran for the position in 2018 and won. 

As a School Board Member, Jasmin participates on the Equity Task Force, Foster Young Parent Advisory, Native American Parent Advisory, Latin American Parent Advisory, SPEED Parent Advisory,  African American Advisory and District English Learner Advisory Committee, and is a Delegate at the California School Board Association District 18.

Jasmin is also a member of the DACA task force of Mt. San Jacinto College and Liaison to providing immigration service to the community. Additionally, she has volunteered for over three years at the Riverside County Annual Unsheltered Homeless Point-in-time Count allowing her to understand the causes and the urgent need to address homelessness in the region. 

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