Chino Hills – The November 4 General Election has come and gone, and the efforts of Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills) in the race for Supervisor of San Bernardino’s Fourth District have paid off.
In a public letter published on Nov. 6, Hagman said he, and his wife Grace, “…are thrilled and humbled that the voters chose us to represent their interests in the Fourth Supervisorial District.
Hagman, who is a California State Assemblyman for the 55th District, termed out this year, and became a contender against Congresswoman Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Montclair). His campaign promises included building a better future by creating jobs and continuing to strengthen the San Bernardino County economy, and with his win, Hagman is determined to keep the following issues in the forefront:
- Take control of Ontario Airport away from Los Angeles so San Bernardino County can build it into a job-creating economic engine.
- Attract more investment to San Bernardino County.
- Personally recruit new employers to San Bernardino County.
- Invest in infrastructure to keep people working and improve our quality of life.
- Support the use of tax credits to encourage small businesses to hire new workers.
An article recently published by examiner.com stated that current 4th District Supervisor, Gary Ovitt has been in semi-retirement mode for at least six years. The article continues with high hopes for the Supervisor-elect stating that, “Most are tired of the current lack of transparency, ethics and integrity and hope that Curt Hagman will inspire change that restores public trust.”
On his website, Hagman says that he wants to make lives better. He will get the opportunity to do just. Hagman will be sworn into office in December.