From the Larry Walker for Senate Campaign:

    Chino, California – San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael Ramos and Former San Bernardino County Sheriff Rod Hoops announced their support of Auditor-Controller Larry Walker’s campaign for State Senate today.  The public safety leaders join a growing list of Walker supports that includes the San Bernardino County Safety Employees Benefit Association (SEBA) and San Bernardino County Supervisors Josie Gonzales and Janice Rutherford.

     

    “Larry Walker is an experienced, effective, common sense leader that understands the challenges our region faces,” said San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael Ramos.  “We can trust him to stand up for us in Sacramento.  He will fight for our fair share of resources and won’t be afraid to tackle the tough issues facing our state.”

     

    “Larry Walker has a long record working to keep Inland Empire families safe,” said Former San Bernardino County Sheriff Rod Hoops.   “He understands the need to find creative ways to crack down on gangs, expand after school programs that keep our kids safe and protect funding for frontline law enforcement services.  I am proud to endorse his campaign for State Senate.”

     

    Walker has represented large portions of State Senate District 32 as a local elected leader for over thirty years.  He currently represents all of San Bernardino County as the elected Auditor-Controller.  He previously represented the cites of Chino, Ontario, Montclair and a portion of Fontana for three terms on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.  Prior to that, he served as a City Councilmember and Mayor in the City of Chino.  Larry, his wife Carri, and their sons Mac, Will, and Tyler, live in Chino.

     

    California’s 32nd State Senate District encompasses the cities of Colton, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Rialto, San Bernardino and part of Chino, and the unincorporated communities of Bloomington and Muscoy in San Bernardino County; and the City of Pomona in Los Angeles County.  The Special Primary Election to replace Congresswoman Gloria Negrete McLeod in the State Senate will be held on March 12.

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