introduce technology into local classrooms. He went on to serve on the Fontana City Council, where he is currently the Mayor Pro-Tem for the city. On the Council, Jesse has helped retain businesses and attract new businesses to our region, creating jobs.
Jesse is running for Supervisor to help improve our quality of life and help San Bernardino County recover from Covid-19. Jesse wants to use his experience as a businessman to help create jobs and aide our economic recovery. Jesse also knows Covid-19 has shown how important health care is, which is why Jesse wants to expand access to health care and reduce prescription drug prices at our county hospitals. As our Supervisor, Jesse will work to represent us!
Andrea holds a Bachelor’s degree from UC Riverside in political science and a Master’s degree in business administration from CSU San Bernardino. She is a single mom who raised her son in San Bernardino County.
De Leon believes strongly that education is the great equalizer and she is a lifelong proponent of education. De Leon believes schools should educate students for a variety of ever-evolving career options, prepare students to be college competitive, and be responsive to different student needs. She looks forward to working on behalf of the public to assure facilities, programs and classrooms are supported by well-prepared budgets and public transparency. By serving on the board, she feels she is contributing to the foundation of support she received from public schools and the education her son received from both private and public schools.
Prior to her County seat, she was a Board member in the Fontana Unified School District for 17 years. She has a long history of community service and serves on the San Bernardino County CASA (Court Appointed Student Advocates) Board. Laura is a product of our local school systems and is a proud graduate of Chaffey College with an A.A., Cal State San Bernardino with a B.A., and a Master’s degree in counseling from Cal State San Bernardino as well. She is currently employed as a Community Liaison for Fifth District Supervisor Josie Gonzales.
Opening schools safely and as soon as possible and maintaining local control are top priorities for Laura, along with working to ensure that all students have equitable access to technology and other educational opportunities. She is a strong supporter of career technical programs and is a forward thinker when it comes to addressing the challenges facing our student’s future employment.
Water is a gift from our environment; delivering that gift has a cost. Our water bill is what we see; yet there are other costs associated with water service that are not so visible. I am proud of the simple fact our wholesale water rates have been stable while others have increased. I will continue to work for you ensuring affordable water rates for our future. You deserve a representative with the experience to protect your interests. I have worked with integrity in the water industry for many years in Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana. I have what it takes to ensure your water is safe and secure, our environment is protected, and your hard earned dollars remain safe and sound. Thank you for your continued trust and the honor to serve you.
Great Teachers, Classified and Management have been working hard to ensure that every child receives an excellent education. Despite challenges from financial to implementing Common Core State Standards and now a pandemic we have increased graduation rates and reduced dropout rates. We need to continue with the strong gains and continue moving forward. Our students deserve it. Because of solid relationships built on trust and constant communication our district employees have stepped up when faced with challenging times. They put our kids first.The gains we have made in the past few years are not an accident. I have a strong record of being accessible and accountable to everyone and first and foremost a voice for our kids, our families and our communities. I am asking for your support so that we can continue to build on those gains.
I want our next generation of scholars to have the same chances for a brighter future as I did. Obviously, Covid-19 is having a significant impact on our students. As a father of three graduates and grandparent of nine, I fully understand how this unprecedented crisis is affecting everyone - our teachers, our children, and us as parents and grandparents... We are all struggling together. Parents and students, know that as your school board member I will be your advocate. I know you have been burdened by the struggles of distant learning and shutdown postponement. But when our schools are back in session, I want them to be stronger than ever before and if you elect me, trust in knowing it will get done.It will be my honor to have your vote on November 3rd.
Sophia Holguin is an honest caring person, a hard worker and a female entrepreneur. She works toward becoming a better individual daily and takes nothing for granted, especially time. She has a 13-year-old Yorkshire Terrier named Coco Chanel.
Sophia is committed to providing more unity, safety, and a better quality of life for all residents. As a Businessperson, she is dedicated to improving the outcomes of business development in our city.
I was formerly employed as an Associate Principle Scientist for a community planning/design, and environmental consulting firm. I have extensive experience in public administration and organizational leadership. I am a southern California native and an Alumnus of Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.
My goals as your next City Councilmember are:
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