San Bernardino County Supervisor candidate James Ramos, chairman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, speaks to Barstow voters at Rosita's restaurant Wednesday evening. Ramos said his election would help the county shed an image of negativity and bitter politics and promote economic growth.
BARSTOW • Board of Supervisors candidate James Ramos told Barstow voters Wednesday evening that his election would send a signal that the county was rising above negative politics.
More civility on the Board of Supervisors would help small businesses, Ramos said.
“The o. Read Cooperation needed to help economy, Ramos says...