Sabol, Corbin

Meet the Candidate

Running For:
State Assembly
Political Affiliation:
(619) 993-7261
Project Manager
Masters degree in Criminal Justice
Biographical Info:
I earned a master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Xavier University by the young age of 23. Being the Son of a Naval Officer, I decided to follow in his Father’s footsteps and become a Naval Officer himself after graduating, and now, I currently work as a civilian contractor in support of the United States Navy. Due to my father’s military career, I traveled the world growing up, and as a result, developed a powerful love of my country and a unique appreciation for the freedoms and quality of life that Americans enjoy. Taking nothing for granted and seeing the people’s freedoms and quality of life disintegrate by our corrupt government’s overreach, I made a decision. That decision was to stop doing nothing and start doing something in order to preserve what we all love and cherish while our country is being split in half. As a result of that decision, I co-founded We the People Coalition, a non-partisan endeavor designed to unite all American people, Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, Independents and everyone else under the 99% we all have in common instead of the 1% we differ on, which the powers that be want us to focus on. After fully understanding the damage done to our country by the wealthy elites and corrupt politicians and seeing the people’s liberty and power disappear, I decided he could do even more by running for political office.
My goal in running for State Assembly 79th district is to transfer power back to the people, undo corruption, be and advocate for the people, not the corrupt system or a political party, and see the people’s God-given rights such as freedom of speech, assembly and right to privacy restored and protected by government.


Response Legend

  • YYes
  • NNo
  • Declined to Respond/Undecided, Position Unknown/Unclear
  • *Comment
  • Declined to respond, Position based on citation

Question Response Comments/Notes
1. Should California amend its Constitution to remove current limitations and codify abortion until birth as a constitutional right? (e.g., Prop 1, 2022) N
2. Should California require medical providers to undergo “cultural competency courses” on racial politics and sexual and gender identity to have their license renewed by the state? (e.g., AB 2194, 2022) N
3. Should California adult citizens be required to pass a background check before buying ammunition? N
4. Should California require high school students to take an Ethnic Studies course that teaches Critical Race Theory before graduating? N
5. Should California women’s prisons be required to admit biological males who self-identify as female? N
6. Would you (or did you) support requiring all insurance plans to provide elective surgical abortions for free, with no deductibles or copays copays? (e.g., SB 245, 2022) N
7. Should minors age 15 or older be allowed to consent to vaccines without parental permission? (e.g., SB 866, 2022) N
8. Would you (or did you) support the legalization of loitering for prostitution? (e.g., SB 357, 2022) N
9. Would you (or did you) support the establishment of government-sponsored drug injection centers? (e.g., SB 57, 2022) N
10. Would you (or did you) support legislation prohibiting employers from making hiring decisions based on an employee’s use of cannabis away from the workplace or traces of non-psychoactive cannabis found during drug testing? (e.g., AB 2188, 2022) N
11. Should California taxpayers fund transgender treatments for minors, including puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex-change operations? (e.g., AB 2218, 2020; AB 2521, 2022) N
12. Should California require Peace Officers to undergo a “bias evaluation” that includes sexual orientation and gender identity? (e.g., AB 2229, 2022) N