San Bernardino County Supervisor candidate James Ramos has reported a Cash-On- Hand balance of $404,000 in his campaign account as of June 30, 2011. Ramos, who announced his candidacy on May 9th, is the only announced candidate against 3rd district incumbent Neil Derry, who is under indictment for money laundering. He brought in $421,939 and spent just $17,668.
"James is working very hard and gathering new supporters every day. He is well on his way to raising over one million dollars for this race," said Ramos campaign consultant Dave Gilliard.
"There is a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for James from across the political spectrum, because people want leaders whom they can trust and be proud to support."
James Ramos is a small business owner, long-time community leader and elected member of the San Bernardino Community College Board of Trustees. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from The University of Redlands.
James has served on numerous boards and organizations promoting business, economic and social opportunities in the greater San Bernardino area, including the San Bernardino County Museum Association, Loma Linda University Children's Hospital Foundation, Foundation Board of Governors, California State University San Bernardino, Dorothy Ramon Learning Center, St. Bernadine Medical Center Foundation, San Bernardino Valley College Foundation, Crafton Hills College Foundation, and Arrowhead United Way.
In 2005 he was elected with strong bipartisan support and Re-Elected in 2010 to the San Bernardino Community College. James has been appointed by both Republican and Democratic Governors to key state positions. He currently serves on the State Board of Education.
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