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Hardy L. BrownThe City of Riverside

I started several weeks ago offering you my reasons for recommending the following persons for this year’s upcoming election to be held on the first Tuesday in November. I now offer you my short version for recommendation while urging you to vote by mail or go to the polls on November 4th.

Mayor Ron Loveridge has served the people of Riverside well by providing excellent leadership throughout the Inland Empire and nation. He has provided a steady hand approach during the difficult financial crises facing the nation, state, and region. He has also been inclusive of the various cultures in the city programs. I urge you to vote Ron Loveridge for Mayor of Riverside.

Robert Byrd for Riverside County Auditor. Robert has done a good job in accounting for the people’s money. He is a man of integrity with low visibility. His experience with the county has served the people well and he deserves four more years.

I urge you to vote Robert Byrd for Riverside County Auditor.

Chuck Beaty for Riverside City Unified School District Board of Education. Chuck has represented the parents, students and district employees well since he went on the board.

I urge you to vote Chuck Beaty for Riverside School Board.

The City of San Bernardino

The City of San Bernardino city government is in need of a more professional decorum as they conduct the business of the people and I think the election of these individuals will go a long way in making that happen. Mayor Pat Morris has served the people of San Bernardino well and deserves another four years to complete some of the programs he started. Through his leadership, San Bernardino has garnered national recognition as a crimefighter by reducing the cities crime rate. He has reached out to all segments within the community to make the city’s policies, programs and employee staff more inclusive.

I urge you to vote Pat Morris for Mayor of San Bernardino.

Virginia Marquez for 1st Ward city Council. Virginia will bring a fresh set of eyes to this ward. Esther has served the ward with distinction but during the last four years, has lost the zeal needed to address the problems. Virginia will re-energize the people to become more involved with government to help work on the many issues facing the oldest section of the city. I urge you to vote Virginia Marquez for 1st Ward City Council.

Dennis Baxter for 2nd Ward City Council member. Dennis has served the citizens by providing proactive leadership and always seeks ways to move the city forward. He has mastered the art of disagreeing without being disruptive with those he disagrees with.

I urge you to vote Dennis Baxter for 2nd Ward City Council.

Fred Shorett for 4th Ward City Council member. Fred has only been on the council for four months in filling the seat vacated by Neil Derry who was elected to the County Board of Supervisors. Fred brings a wealth of business experience with him as a retired business leader in the community. I urge you to vote Fred Shorett for 4th Ward City Council Member.

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