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Three Mayors Throw Their Support Behind Ramos for Supervisor

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Candidate for Supervisor, James Ramos, announced the support of three mayors from San Bernardino County cities today. Redlands Mayor Peter Aguilar, San Bernardino Mayor Patrick Morris and Yucaipa Mayor Dick Riddell all endorsed Ramos citing his ability to restore faith in county government, create jobs, and a commitment to education as their reason for endorsing.

“Voters are upset with county government because they believe that it has failed them. James Ramos is the perfect candidate to restore faith in our system, because he will provide the ethical leadership so badly needed at the board table.” Mayor Patrick Morris, City of San Bernardino.

“Our economy won’t recover if we don’t have an education system that provides our youth with the skills and training they need to enter a highly competitive job market. James Ramos’ background in education makes him the most qualified candidate to protect our schools and get our education system back on track.” Mayor Dick Riddell, City of Yucaipa.

“In these tough economic times we need leaders that are willing to work to bring jobs back to our community. James Ramos understands that and he is the leader we need representing us.” Mayor Peter Aguilar, City of Redlands.

These three mayors added their names to a list of supporters that grows every day. The list includes Congressman Jerry Lewis who endorsed Ramos last week. An extended list of endorsements is on the Ramos for Supervisor campaign website. James Ramos is a member of the San Bernardino Community College Board of Trustees. He also serves as a member of the State Board of Education, the first ever Native American to serve in that role. He holds a BA in Business Accounting and Administration from California State University San Bernardino and an MBA from the University of Redlands. James and his wife Terri have been married for 22 years and live in Highland with their four children.

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