Jesse Armendares, a former member of the Fontana City Council, announced on January 14 that he will run for oversight in District 2 of San Bernardino County.
Armendalez wants to fill the seat currently occupied by Janice Rutherford, who does not seek re-election due to term restrictions.
District 2 includes unincorporated areas such as Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, parts of Upland, and parts of the county.
“I am passionate about serving my community, fully recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and improving the quality of life of my neighbors and residents of San Bernardino County based on my recent success. We believe we have the necessary experience to get it done, Armendares said in a news release: “I strengthen community security, create jobs, partner with schools, and students’ colleges and careers. We are planning to pave the way for, address homelessness, and address public health concerns. It is an honor to gain the trust and support of my community to move San Bernardino County forward. . “
Armendarez is a successful little businessman in Fontana and a former chairman of the Inland Valley Association of Realtors.
Armendares served for one term in the Fontana City Council from 2016 to 2020. He sought a seat in the 5th district of the Supervisory Board, but lost to Joe Baca Jr. in the November 2020 elections.
Due to the re-districtation, Fontana will be completely within the boundaries of District 2.
—– ARMENDAREZ is approved by the Mayor of Fontana, Aquanetta Warren. As expected, he announced that he would seek a fourth reelection.
“I love Fontana. It’s a real honor and privilege to serve the inhabitants of our city,” Warren said in a news release. “Our city is united by our community consciousness and our commitment to ensure that Fontana is the best city to live, work and play forever. We are also a strong representative at the local level. I understand how important it is for our city to serve, so the former mayor, Protem Jesse Armendares, has approved to be the supervisor of the next county with me. Working together to move our city forward. I trust him to fight for the security and prosperity of our community. “
Warren was first appointed to the Fontana City Council in 2002 and was reelected in 2004 and 2008. He ran for mayor in 2010 and won, and was reelected in 2014 and 2018.
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