Ashburn was then taken to Sacramento County jail and given a chemical test, the results of which are still pending. Webarchive template wayback links All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from January Articles with permanently dead external links Wikipedia indefinitely move-protected pages Wikipedia articles in need of updating from March All Wikipedia articles in need of updating Pages using infobox officeholder with unknown parameters. Ashburn came out during a radio interview in California and stated that he did not plan to run for any public office again. His scores make his case. Ashburn claimed Costa would vote to raise taxes; in a play on Costa's name, he aired ads saying "Costa's gonna cost ya! He previously served three terms in the California State Assemblyrepresenting the 32nd district and 12 years on the Kern County Board of Supervisors. He might not even have been at a gay bar, he could have been at Lounge on
Ashburn had bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled of alcohol, Campbell said.
Anti-Gay Lawmaker Reportedly at Gay Club Before DUI Arrest
Retrieved from " https: California State Assemblyman 32nd district — Ashburn was then taken to Sacramento County jail and given a chemical test, the results of which are still pending. Reporting from Sacramento — A Republican state senator from conservative Bakersfield said Monday that he is homosexual, days after a report that he had been at a gay nightclub in Sacramento before being arrested on drunk driving charges while behind the wheel of his state car last week. Roy Ashburn returned to work after being on leave since his arrest early Wednesday not far from the Capitol. Retrieved on March 8,from http:
Ashburn issued a statement taking full responsibility and apologizing to his family, constituents, friends and Senate colleagues, but made no mention of the circumstances leading up to his arrest. This page was last edited on 24 Septemberat Roy Ashburn says he's homosexual. Critics accuse him of hypocrisy. California's Response to Welfare Reform. Roy Ashburn, a Republican from Bakersfield, was spotted driving erratically at about 2 a.