James Ramos Announces Intent To Run For County Supervisor

James Ramos at a City Council Meeting in 2009

Big Bear, Ca, May 9, 2011, 1:00pm -

James Ramos, the Chairman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, announced today his intention to run for County Supervisor for the third district of San Bernardino County.  Ramos made the announcement at 9am today in front of the County Administrative Building in San Bernardino before a crowd of supporters including Big Bear Lake Councilwoman Liz Harris, Yucaipa Mayor Dick Riddell, members of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, law enforcement officials, members of the Community College Board, and Ramos’s family.  Ramos will run against current Supervisor Neil Derry, whose term is up in 2012.  Derry has also expressed his intent to run in 2012.

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