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Preceded by  Henry M. McGuinness
Name  Randolph Collier
Succeeded by  Fred W. Marler Jr.
Role  Author

Preceded by  Stanley Arnold
Died  August 2, 1983
Succeeded by  Ray E. Johnson
Resigned  1976
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Born  July 26, 1902 United States (1902-07-26)
Political party  Republican Party, Democratic Party

Randolph Collier Rest Area in Northern California


Randolph Collier (July 26, 1902 – August 2, 1983) was a member of the California State Senate. He was Senator for the Second District from 1939 to 1966, and for the First District from 1967–76. He was initially a member of the Republican Party but moved to the Democratic Party in 1959.

Collier served as Chairman of the California Senate Transportation Committee and was the sponsor and co-author of the Collier–Burns Highway Act of 1947 which established the California transportation infrastructure. He was Chairman of the Senate Interim Committee on Highways, Streets and Bridges. Collier was an opponent of rapid transit. He has a rest stop in Siskiyou County, where he lived all his life, named after him, as well as a tunnel on the Redwood Highway, Route 199.

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