Local Office Recommendations For November 4th

Local Office Recommendations For November 4th

Last week, I provided my recommendations for candidates running for state elected office. This week, I will focus on local elected school board seats and also elected positions for the city of Colton and Fontana.

Ron King for SB County School Board Area B

Ron King for SB County School Board Area B

Hardy Brown II for SB County School Board Area D

Hardy Brown II for SB County School Board Area D

Joseph Williams for SB Community College Board Area 2

Joseph Williams for SB Community College Board Area 2

Don Singer for SB Community College Board Area 4

Don Singer for SB Community College Board Area 4

Ayanna Blackmon-Balagun for Fontana School Board

Ayanna Blackmon-Balagun for Fontana School Board

Matt Slowick for Fontana School Board

Matt Slowick for Fontana School Board

Dina Walker for Rialto School Board

Dina Walker for Rialto School Board

Lillie Houston for Rialto School Board

Lillie Houston for Rialto School Board

Virginia Blumenthal for Riverside Community College Board Area 2

Virginia Blumenthal for Riverside Community College Board Area 2

Ben Johnson for Riverside Community Community College Board Area 4

Ben Johnson for Riverside Community Community College Board Area 4

Imran Angelov Farooq for Riverside Community College Board Area 5

Imran Angelov Farooq for Riverside Community College Board Area 5

Gloria Negrete McLeod for San Bernardino County Supervisor 4th District

Gloria Negrete McLeod for San Bernardino County Supervisor 4th District

Frank Gonzales for Mayor of Colton

Frank Gonzales for Mayor of Colton

Acquanetta Warren for Mayor of Fontana

Acquanetta Warren for Mayor of Fontana

John Roberts for Fontana City Council

John Roberts for Fontana City Council

Michael Tahan for Fontana City Council

Michael Tahan for Fontana City Council

Tonia Lewis for Fontana City Clerk

Tonia Lewis for Fontana City Clerk

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