Nadia Lockyer, 42, is a former Alameda County supervisor and president of the Santa Ana school board. She resigned the supervisor’s post in April 2012 following a string of bizarre public incidents that she blamed on chemical dependency.
Lockyer, 72, who served on the California state Senate and Assembly starting in 1973, then became state attorney general in 1999 and was elected as treasurer in 2006.
The estranged wife of California Treasurer Bill Lockyer has regained visitation rights with her 9-year-old son while she’s facing charges of drug possession and child endangerment.
Former Alameda County Supervisor Nadia Lockyer is facing drug and child endangerment charges following an arrest in Orange County last week.
California State Treasurer Bill Lockyer filed divorce papers Friday, the same day his wife Nadia reportedly crashed her Mini Cooper near the couple’s home in Hayward.
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 Monday to appoint former Union City Councilman Richard Valle to replace Nadia Lockyer, who resigned in April after only 15 months in office.
Lockyer has been embroiled in scandals involving drugs and an extramarital affair this year.
Embattled Alameda County Supervisor Nadia Lockyer told her colleagues in a letter Friday that she is resigning from office effective immediately.
After a political career spanning four decades, California state treasurer Bill Lockyer is drawing attention not for his job but for his marital troubles.
Lockyer attended her first board meeting Tuesday since being injured in an alleged assault at a Newark motel last month and subsequently enrolling in a substance abuse treatment program.