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Assembly District 52 covers cities from two counties. Los Angeles
County is represented with Pomona. In San Bernardino County cities of
Chino, Montclair, Ontario and portions of Fontana are part of our
If you are not sure you are from Assembly District 52, visit this link.
If you need information on where is your voting precinct is here are the links to the elections departments for both counties:
CHINO MAYORAL DEBATE - DENNIS YATES AND LEE McGROARTY:
Click here for video-streaming. Daily Bulletin: Click here YouTube video of Lee McGroarty's View on Cronyism: Click here.
ABOUT DENNIS YATES:
In spite of repeatedly being told that AQMD uses faulty and misleading reports
and data, Yates still pushes through with regulations that will cause hundreds,
if not thousands, of jobs to disappear or businesses move out of state. Greed
and too much power breed corruption.
ABOUT LEE McGROARTY:
Information on Lee McGroarty: Click here.
Lee has the vision and the knowledge to improve the finances of Chino. Lee is not beholden to any special interest. Lee will clean up the problems we have in Chino, especially cronyism. Lee wants Chino's reputation to improve and will take the steps to do it. Our downtown area has to be improved. Our sidewalks and streets could do better. There is a time when employees become jaded and unproductive, unless they benefit from the tasks substantially. This goes for the politicians as well. It is time for Yates to go. We need a new direction for Chino. One that will put the community first. Let's all work on improving Chino for our future. Improving Chino would benefit the whole community including raising the value of our homes. Hats off to Lee for having the tenacity to do his research and challenge Yates.
ABOUT NORMA TORRES:
This woman proclaims to be a Catholic. She will show you how much she cares and
that she would be willing to work with you. She isn't and doesn't. Look at her voting record. It is pretty shocking that this woman would vote for late-term abortion. She
voted for gay marriage. She is all for ObamaCare... and this would actually make it
a lot worse for the poor and low income people to get medical attention. You don't
believe me? Watch the movie, "Sick and Sicker." This is a documentary on the universal
healthcare in Canada. This could be even worse than ours because we have a higher
population than Canada. What Obama has sold you is a VERY, VERY BAD PRODUCT. Do your research!!!
California Secretary of State website:
You can register online by completing the form and printing it to mail out or printing a
blank form, fill out the form, and mail to the Registrar of Voters.
The website can give you information in any language listed, however, the following requirements must be met.
To register to vote in California, you must be:
- A United States citizen,
- A resident of California,
- 18 years of age or older on Election Day,
- Not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction (for more information on the rights of people who have been incarcerated, please see the Secretary of State's Voting Guide for Currently or Formerly Incarcerated Californians), and
- Not found by a court to be mentally incompetent.
Voter Registration Statistics
The California Secretary of State is required by law to produce a Report of Registration detailing voter registration levels throughout California at specific times prior to each statewide election and once during odd numbered years.
I thought that California voted to not allow same-sex marriage? I thought that this is still being decided in the Supreme Court? Why is it in the Secretary of State website? Just saying...
San Bernardino County - Registrar of Voters
Who may register to vote?
A citizen of the United States, who is:
- A resident of California;
- A person not in prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony, and
- A person at least 18 years of age by the date of the next election.
When is it necessary to re-register?
- If you move.
- If you change your name (due to marriage or court order)
- If you change your political party affiliation.
Toll Free for Information: 800-881-VOTE (800- 881- 8683)
Locating Polling Place: 909-387-8300
Find your Representatives and how long they have been in office:
Do your research. Do not just vote because of the political party you belong to, find out what they have voted for in the past and if you believe in and stand for the same principles as the person you are voting for.
Safe at Home is a confidential address program that protects the identities of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking victims and employees, volunteers and patients of reproductive health care clinics. The Secretary of State’s office receives and forwards the first-class mail of participants, confidentially registers eligible participants to vote, and works with government agencies and private companies to provide additional identity protection. Advance Health Care Directive (AHCD) Registry maintains AHCDs, which allow a person to indicate to their loved ones and medical providers their medical treatment preferences if they cannot speak or make decisions for themselves. The AHCD may also designate someone else to make decisions regarding medical treatment. AHCDs and related information can be provided upon request to the registrant’s health care provider, public guardian or legal representative. The Domestic Partners Registry registers same-sex couples regardless of the age of the partners, and opposite-sex couples in which one partner is at least 62 years old, as domestic partners in California when they file a Declaration of Domestic Partnership.
Upcoming Elections 2012