Hello San Bernardino,

I’m John Valdivia, & I Want To Be Your Next Mayor.

ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS . .track John’s progress

There will be 3 updates throughout the the evening of Tuesday, Nov 6: (ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE): 8:05pm; 10pm; 11:45pm

https://www.sbcounty.gov/rov/elections/results/20181106/default.html

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Press Releases

Supporters cheer Valdivia as he announces he will run for the Office of Mayor.

Supporters with John.

John Valdivia announces in front of a large crowd of supporters he will run for Mayor.

Why John Wants To Be Mayor

What John Has Done In San Bernardino

Valdivia remarks, “After careful consideration and conversations with many city and regional leaders, it is clear San Bernardino needs a new direction.

I love San Bernardino. It’s my hometown and where my wife and I raise our 2 young children. This city is filled with a rich history, and I am hopeful, now more than ever, that no matter what tragedies or obstacles stand in our way, together we can turn this city around.

City Hall implemented some positive changes addressing challenges our city faced. But, we have also missed several opportunities to create jobs and make it safer for our families…”

Notable Achievements

Saved Taxpayer Money

with CA Proposition 1B road improvement funds to repair dozens of roads

Created Hundreds of Jobs

bringing a new Aldi grocery store, and expanding of the Amazon facility and Burlington Coat Factory.

Attracted Developers

instrumental in attracting developers to build the Golden Corral, bringing more jobs and tax revenue to the city.

Helped Revitalize Lytle Creek Park

with a ¼ mile walking track, improved irrigation and new park benches and outdoor fitness stations

Quick Community Response Program

Created the Quick Community Response Program to fix streetlights

Community Block Development Funding

Found federal Community Block Development Funding to replace and repair dozens of light poles throughout the city

Paul Villasenor Library

Collaborated with local businesses, healthcare agencies and private donors to sustain the Paul Villasenor Library for children and families

Improved Safety for Students and Residents

by resolving chronic parking problems in the Valley College area

Held countless town hall and neighborhood meetings

and appointed City Ambassadors throughout San Bernardino

Sponsored Oak Tree Row Planting on Arbor Day

“I support you, John! Keep up the great work,
San Bernardino is counting on it.”

- Senator Jim Brulte

Senator Jim Brulte, Emcee Elizabeth Espinosa, and The Valdivia’s

300 of Valdivia’s biggest supporters and donors at the Valdivia Annual Luncheon

Council Member Bessine with

Rialto Mayor, Deborah Robertson

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