Garcia’s decision to run for Congress in 2020 as the Republican nominee should come as no surprise to members of the 25th District. He has seen the world but has returned to his hometown. He has a long track record of service, business growth and wanting to see his community remain the utopia it has been since its inception.
Scott believes for a democratic republic to be a civil and just society it requires three pillars: A transparent government; policies that spur economic growth; and a commitment to social equality.
The cornerstone of transparent government is election integrity. Scott’s been a leader in broadening financial disclosure requirements so voters can track where campaign money comes from.
In high school, I was told, “you’re Latina, therefore you are a Democrat.” But then she heard then-Vice President Al Gore speak at a local high school. Suzette quickly realized that she did not believe in the values he espoused. It was then that she was drawn to the Republican Party ideals of liberty, limited government, ......
When it comes to business, there’s an “importance in being authentic” to Mayor Smyth, both personally and professionally.
Currently, Mayor Smyth is focused on two issue: the community’s responses to COVID-19, including but not limited to the economy – as well as highlighting the importance of cultural diversity in the city. Firstly, it has been a priority of many council members to accommodate our local businesses in order to keep them open and able to serve during the pandemic, as well as to allow residents to continue to shop and support restaurants and storefronts in a safe way.
In spite of coronavirus headlines and other global challenges, Santa Clarita was recently ranked among the 20 happiest cities in the nation.
The report, “2020’s Happiest Cities in America,” released on Monday by personal-finance website WalletHub, said Santa Clarita was the 16th-happiest city in a list of 181 others.
Joy, for many, may come from several different things, such as family, friends and entertainment, but
Jason Gibbs is not a politician. Like most things in his life, Jason's family is the reason he's running for City Council. He wants to make a difference and secure a Santa Clarita that our children can enjoy.
Despite his impressive career as a mechanical engineer in the aerospace industry, Jason makes time to volunteer throughout Santa Clarita, serving on various boards and participating in community programs including the Boys & Girls Club Advisory Board, Family Promise of Santa Clarita, and the Valley Industry Association.
A graduate of Saugus High, I earned an associate degree in business management from COC, and a bachelor’s in organizational management from Master’s University. I have deep roots in Santa Clarita, living here most of my life, while gaining decades of high-level business management experience.
“Our students deserve education that will greatly improve their chances of success, requiring a trustee with a heart and passion for serving the college. That’s why I am running for election to our college district board of trustees.”
Fred is a father of four children and has finished 17 Ironman competitions. He understands discipline, accountability, and the importance of community involvement. As a very involved community member, he has served as the president of the California Association of Mortgage Brokers as well as the treasurer for the National Association of Mortgage Professionals. Locally, Fred has served on numerous charitable organizations, currently including The Child and Family Center board, COC Foundation board and the SCV Disaster Coalition board.....
Michele Jenkins, our current president of the COC Board of Trustees, has served our community well, for more than 30 years. She is committed to continuing her work to be sure our college serves our community and meets our needs.
Michele graduated from COC in the first class after the college opened. During her many years on the board, she has tirelessly advocated, at the local, state and federal level for increased funding so more of our students can benefit from more faculty, more and better classrooms and labs, technology that helps our students learn, and increased financial aid so everyone can get the education they need to have a better future.
Linda Storli, a former 30 year U.S. History and Government teacher at Canyon High School, was first elected to the William S Hart High School District Board in November 2015 to represent Trustee Area 1. Professionally, Linda also helps families find their forever homes as a realtor.
Linda's goals for her next term include establishing wellness centers on every campus, training every district employee to be First Aid certified, having all junior highs go cell phoneless, and increasing life skill classes including financial literacy across the district.
Six comprehensive high schools in the William S. Hart Union High School District (Canyon, Golden Valley, Hart, Saugus, Valencia and West Ranch) plus Academy of the Canyons have been ranked in the top 12 percent of public high schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
The publication’s Best High Schools Rankings compared the Hart District’s high schools against more than 24,000 public high schools in all 50 states
Steve Sturgeon is a Governing Board Member with the William S. Hart Union High School District. I have served this Board for 21 years and am currently seeking reelection on November 3rd for a new term.
While I serve the entire District of over 22,000 students and 2000 employees, for election purposes, I am the elected representative of Trustee Area 4. I would appreciate your vote and the honor to serve the community 4 more years.
I am a long-time resident of Saugus, having lived, worked and played here since 1976. I was blessed to go through the education system in the Santa Clarita Valley, attending Highlands Elementary, Arroyo Seco, and Saugus High.
Immediately after graduation, I entered the U.S. Army, which was the start to over 30 years in Public Service, which includes Firefighter/Paramedic, SWAT TEAM Paramedic, Disaster Response Team Leader for US Public Health, FEMA and Homeland Security ...
Newly elected SUSD member David Barlavi disrespects the American flag and continues to disrespect our veterans, 4th of July celebrations and so much more. Can he really represent everyone? He has made hateful comments about Vets, Republicans, Christians and more. Why hasn't the board moved to censure him? check out the video. We need real; American leadership. He is an outspoken socialst and is trying to bring more of his type on our education boards
Watson cites a need for “experienced leadership and innovation” as the Saugus Union School District faces unprecedented challenges, according to a statement.
The candidate said his top priorities are “the health and safety of students and staff, along with investments in training and infrastructure.”
Having moved to Saugus with his family in 1980 because of the caliber of its local schools, Watson says Saugus schools must evolve “if we in order to remain the “beacon” that they were in 1980.
WHY WE NEED TO RE-ELECT
Now, more than ever before, it is critically important to vote for the candidate who knows what it takes, from long-term planning to day-to-day operations, to ensure your tap delivers high quality water each time you turn it on
Join Karla as she fights to ensure that Santa Clarita Valley continues to have access to a dependable, safe, and affordable water supply. Karla believes in doing what is right for our great valley. She is honored to have endorsements from outstanding community leaders.
As an immigrant, Piotr understands the importance of a CLEAN water supply. Before his move to USA, he stood in long lines with his Mom and Grandmother to help fill bottles with safe drinking water from a local well because tap water was undrinkable. That childhood experience, coupled with his education and engineering accomplishments, makes him uniquely qualified to serve as a member of the SCV Water Board, Division 2.
Through most of the 1980’s Mr. Atkins managed the West Coast Environmental affairs for the nation's 10th largest oil company. Activities included, compliance analysis plus regulatory review & interpretation. He has served on and remains a member in good standing with several industry trade associations / committees including the American Indoor Air Quality Council, the Association of Energy Engineers and the Air & Waste Management Association. He serves currently on the National Board of Directors of the Alliance of Hazardous Material Professionals (AHMP) and is the immediate past president of the Pacific Southwest Chapter of the AHMP
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