Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Former San Manuel Tribal Chairman JAMES RAMOS Wins County Supervisor Seat

Congratulations to James Ramos, of the San Manuel Tribe, in winning his election to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.

San Bernardino County Supervisor Neil Derry has conceded to James Ramos, former San Manuel tribal chairman, for the Board of Supervisors' third district seat.
As of 8:15 p.m., Ramos was leading Derry, according to the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters Office.

Derry, who was elected in 2008, said as of 9 p.m. it was clear he wouldn't be serving another four years behind the dais.

"It's hard to make up 7,000 votes. I wish James the best," Derry said. "He can do better than Obama. Anybody can."


White Buffalo said...

I have had a couple of conversations with Mr. Ramos at Cal State San Bernardino, and each time we talked he was competent and aware of the needs of the community. I think he will do a fine job in his new position. I was not going to say anything about the President wining a new term, but the majority of the country thinks he should stay as President for four more years. I have learned that just because you do not like someone does not mean that you cannot work with them. Now is the time to work together regardless of politics. The small minded person will continue to hate. I remember when Bush was in office I did not like his politics personaly but while he was president I did not dismiss him out of hand just because I did not agree with him.

Anonymous said...

What a perfect place for him to be to make deals for his casino.Wasnt he in charge when the m mafia was involved on the reservation?..(didn't I read that on here?)