Let's get Jeff re-elected.
Riverside County, District 5
Some elected officials spend a great deal of their time dodging responsibility. They are clever about it, of course. They have all sorts of quick steps. One trick that really pokes me in the gizzard is the use of overpaid consultants to make “hard” decisions.
There are not really all that many hard decisions in government. What makes decisions “difficult” is that politicians don’t want to be held responsible for anything. To avoid having to answer to the people, they bring in someone from far away, pay them millions of our tax dollars, and in return get told to do what was obvious in the first place.
With determination, I will continue to reform our county. Each worker should be actively incentivized to provide quality customer service to the public. When re-elected, I will again serve the public first and foremost and we will do it with speed, diligence, and courtesy.
Board of Supervisors
Recently, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors was able to recognize Anita Worthen as Volunteer of the Year. As Chairman of the Board, it is an absolute honor to have so many exemplary volunteer groups throughout Riverside County. The countless hours and outstanding services our volunteers provide have made our county shine like no other. Thank you Anita and all the others of our community working to make Riverside a better place for all.
Reopening Riverside County while protecting life and liberty
What I Will Continue To Fight For
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Re-Elect Jeff Hewitt
Jeff Hewitt was born in 1953 in Southern California. He graduated from Yucaipa High School and earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Cal State San Bernardino. While in college, Jeff started his own contracting company by creating new applications for existing technology, eventually applying what he learned to pool construction, including excavation, electrical and plumbing.
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Hewitt on Housing
“Solving the housing problem will solve some of the homelessness problem,” he said. “But I’m looking really, really forward to our county … getting our fair share of those behavioral health dollars (from the state) which are so important to dealing with so many of the homeless.”
-Supervisor Jeff Hewitt