San Bernardino County is divided into 5 geographic districts. Each district elects a representative to the Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Ramos is the elected County representative for the 3rd district, which includes Desert, Morongo Basin and Mountain communities, and many other Inland Valley communities.
Supervisor Ramos has represented the district since 2012 and was re-elected to his seat on the Board of Supervisors this year. He has a deep committment to the preservation of California Indian culture. He is co-founder of the San Manuel Band's Cultural Awareness Program, and serves as director of the California Indian Cultural Awareness Conference held annually at CSUSB. It is as important for us to know our local reps as it is to know our state and federal reps. I'm sure you'll enjoy getting to know Supervisor Ramos better and hearing how he is representing our district.
Many of us are still devestated by some of the results of last week's election. While some of our endorsed candidates and propositions won (and we celebrate that) many of our progressive candidates suffered big losses. We have chosen to look at the losses as opportunities to re-group and re-organize, because next time the outcomes have to be different.
For that to happen, we'll need to begin laying the groundwork now, even while we're still hurting. After Supervisor Ramos speaks on Saturday, we will take som etime to discuss the election results. You wil be able to express your grief and your suggestions for how the RADC can work towards a different tomorrow!
612 Lawton St
Redlands, CA 92374
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