Assemblyman Matt Dababneh addresses a group of supporters during a rally at the Capitol in 2014.
Assemblyman Matt Dababneh addresses a group of supporters during a rally at the Capitol in 2014. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee file
Assemblyman Matt Dababneh addresses a group of supporters during a rally at the Capitol in 2014. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee file
Capitol Alert

Capitol Alert

The go-to source for news on California policy and politics

California governor candidates distance from Matt Dababneh after assault allegation

December 06, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED December 06, 2017 03:24 PM

Comments

More Videos

California attorney general on DACA: 'We are ready to sue.' 1:19

California attorney general on DACA: 'We are ready to sue.'

Alex Padilla on sexual harassment allegations at the Capitol 0:33

Alex Padilla on sexual harassment allegations at the Capitol

California AG on Trump's defunding comment: 'We deserve to have our tax contributions come back' 1:52

California AG on Trump's defunding comment: 'We deserve to have our tax contributions come back'

California Republicans get sweaty for dog safety 1:28

California Republicans get sweaty for dog safety

Digging through the ashes near Coffey Park 1:24

Digging through the ashes near Coffey Park

Berkeley balcony collapse survivor: 'My life has been changed forever' 1:34

Berkeley balcony collapse survivor: 'My life has been changed forever'

Jerry Brown: Raising minimum wage moral, though 'may not make sense' 0:51

Jerry Brown: Raising minimum wage moral, though 'may not make sense'

A look at the #MeToo movement inside California's Capitol 1:19

A look at the #MeToo movement inside California's Capitol

Prosecutor in Stanford swimmer case urges tougher sexual assault laws 0:56

Prosecutor in Stanford swimmer case urges tougher sexual assault laws

Jerry Brown signs climate bill: 'This is big' 0:26

Jerry Brown signs climate bill: 'This is big'

  • Alex Padilla on sexual harassment allegations at the Capitol

    California Secretary of State Alex Padilla says "we have more work to do" to change the culture that allows sexual harassment and abuse. He was interviewed Tuesday night at the California Hall of Fame ceremonies.