Endorsed Republican Candidates: District 2

If you live in the following cities: Alta Loma, Arrowbear, Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Cedarpines Park, Crestline, Devore, Etiwanda, Fredalba, Fontana*, Green Valley Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Lytle Creek,  Mt. Baldy, Rancho Cucamonga, Rimforest, Running Springs, San Antonio Heights,  Silverwood, Skyforest, Twin Peaks, Upland*, Valley of Enchantment, then these are your endorsed candidates. 

County Board of Education, Area A: Mark Sumpter

Incumbent, holding the office the past 12 years.  I want to continue my support of the County Superintendent in his efforts to improve educational opportunities for all students, including career technical education and school choice.  My passion is education and conservative politics.

County Board of Education, Area B: Rita M. Fernandez-Loof

"I decided to run for San Bernardino County Board of Education Area B, representing the school district areas of Upland, Central, Alta Loma, Etiwanda, Mt. Baldy Joint, Ontario and Montclair; because I want to drain the education swamp in our county.  I am a parent of three children and believe they are our future.  I want to ensure every child has access to a quality education."

Fontana Unified School District: Anahi Ahumada

I am a long term Fontana resident. I was appointed to City of Fontana’s Community Services Commission. As a current Commissioner I have developed a deeper understanding and desire to serve my hometown. Being a product of the Fontana School District, allowed me to experience the daily impact that the board makes on the students and faculty. Having the opportunity to run allows me to focus on issues that are prevalent. The importance of keeping students first is needed to effectively make a stride in improving our school district.  

Fontana Unified School District: Matthew W. Slowik

I'm Matt Slowik, Governing Board Member- Fontana Unified School District; and California Republican Delegate. I'm fiscally conservative, and practice rational decision making. I always put our students best interests first. Thank you for your vote. 

Rim of the World Unified School District, Area 1: Andrew Washburn

Rim of the World Unified School District, Area 2: Brian C. Hall

Rim of the World Unified School District, Area 3- Short Term: Kory A. Oberlies

Alta Loma School District: Caryn Payzant

Statement Pending

Central School District, District 2: Barbara M. Rich

Central School District, District 4: Hugh M. Jackson

Central School District, District 5: Robert Hufnagel

"I am committed to Central School District because I grew up in this District and now my three children attend school in the District.  I will focus on fiscal accountability, student achievement, and improved facilities."

Etiwanda School District, Area 3: Brynna Cadman

Etiwanda School District, Area 4: Mondi M. Taylor

City of Fontana, Mayor: Acquanetta Warren

Working together, Fontana has accomplished some great things. During my two mayoral terms, we’ve strengthened public safety, improved the economy and increased jobs and housing. “The Best is Yet to Come”.

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City of Fontana, City Council, District 1: Phillip Cothran

As a small businessperson, I wholly support free enterprise and the principles of the Republican Party. I will put taxpayers first and will be a voice for fiscal common sense. 

I support proposition 6

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City of Fontana, City Council, District 4: John B. Roberts

I have been a Republican in public office and I have proudly carried the GOP banner in my previous campaigns. The choice is stark. My opponent is a self-avowed socialist. I am a fiscal conservative. 

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City of Fontana, City Treasurer: Janet Koehler-Brooks

Keeping Fontana’s financial house in order is my number one priority. Fontana has been rated as the second fiscally strongest city in the United States. I will continue to keep the city financial records transparent.

City of Rancho Cucamonga, Mayor: L. Dennis Michael

A lifelong resident, Dennis Michael has served Rancho Cucamonga as Fire Chief, Councilman, and Mayor since 2010. Under his leadership the city is safe, financially secure, and thriving, earning National, State and Regional

recognition.

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City of Rancho Cucamonga, District 2: Kristine Scott

Endorsed by Senator Mike Morrell and San Bernardino County Supervisor’s Janice Rutherford and Curt Hagman, Kristine supports Public Safety and small business to ensure a strong local economy and will protect taxpayer dollars.

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Running Springs Water District: Mike Milliorn

Inland Empire Utilities Agency, Division 4: Jasmin A. Hall

She represents Fontana, Rialto and Bloomington on Inland Empire Utilities Agency Board of Directors, Division 4.  Eight years on Planning and Parks & Recreation Commissions for Fontana.  Twenty-seven years of service with Edison International. 

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City of Upland, City Council, District 2: Yvette M. Walker

Yvette M. Walker is a family woman who has spent decades serving her community and initiatives to support education, healthcare and public policy, simultaneously building a strong business background which includes international trade, marketing and law. 

City of Upland, City Council, District 4: Carol Timm

As Mayor Pro Tem of Upland, I have worked diligently to bring back fiscal stability to our city from little savings to close to 20%, increase new commercial by 60% and bring back Upland’s economy.

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Upland Unified School District: Robert B. Bennett

Upland Unified School District: Wes Fifield

Upland Unified School District: Mary A. Locke