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Candidates from 14 cities in the region receive support in their efforts to build the economy and bring jobs to their respective communities.

ONTARIO, Calif. — The Inland Empire Business PAC (IE BizPAC) is pleased to announce its support today for 24 candidates in 2 county and 20 city races in the region this cycle.

“The IE BizPAC believes these candidates will bring job growth to their respective communities and enhance our regional economy as a whole,” said IE BizPAC Chair Tim Johnson. “We are pleased to continue to support pro-jobs candidates in races throughout the Inland Empire.”

The following candidates have been endorsed by IE BizPAC:

  • Eric Linder & Karen Spiegel for Riverside County Supervisor, District 2 (Dual)

  • Russ Bogh for Riverside County Supervisor, District 5

  • Carey Davis for City of San Bernardino Mayor

  • Gil Botello for City of San Bernardino Council, Ward 1

  • Fred Shorett for City of San Bernardino Council, Ward 4

  • Timothy Silva for City of Barstow Council, District 1

  • Gary George for City of Chino, District 3

  • Frank Navarro for City of Colton Mayor

  • Jim Steiner for City of Corona Council, District 4

  • Wes Speake for City of Corona Council, District 5

  • Clint Lorimore for City of Eastvale Council, District 3

  • Acquanetta Warren for City of Fontana Mayor

  • Dr. Yxstian Gutierrez for City of Moreno Valley Mayor

  • Jonathan Ingram for City of Murrieta Council, District 1

  • Paul Leon for City of Ontario Mayor

  • Jim Bowman & Alan Wapner for City of Ontario Council

  • David Rabb for City of Perris Council

  • L. Dennis Michael for City of Rancho Cucamonga Mayor

  • Kristine Scott for City of Rancho Cucamonga Council, District 2

  • Ryan Hutchison for City of Rancho Cucamonga Council, District 3

  • Eric Negrete for City of Victorville Council

  • Wyatt Padgett for City of Yucaipa Council, District 1


About Inland Empire Business PAC:

The IE BizPAC supports pro-job candidates in municipal and county governments throughout the Inland Empire. With representatives from the most influential interests in housing, goods movement, warehousing, energy and more, the IE BizPAC is the leading voice of business advocacy in these local elections.

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