Not quite sea to shining sea, but California's State Senate District is close to 200 miles long. Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore; all fall with the 28th.

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Elizabeth F. Romero is a lifelong resident of the Coachella

Valley and daughter of immigrants from Mexico and

El Salvador. A first-generation college graduate, She

holds a Masters of Politics, Economics and Business

from Claremont Graduate University and recently

completed the Institute for Educational Management

(IEM) program at Harvard University.

In 2006, Elizabeth was first elected to the Coachella Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees at the age of 23. Currently, Elizabeth serves on the Riverside County Board of Education representing Coachella Valley, Desert Center, Desert Sands, Palm Springs and Palo Verde Unified School Districts. University of California, Riverside (UCR). 

Prior to joining UCR, Elizabeth served as the Director of Community and Government Relations for Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest in Riverside and Imperial Counties. Elizabeth also managed the Building Healthy Communities Initiative funded by The California Endowment and has worked for Desert Arc, University Center for Developmental Disabilities and served as a Legislative Assistant to the late Riverside County Fourth District Supervisor Roy Wilson and late Supervisor John J. Benoit. Elizabeth is an alumnus of the Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) Leadership Institute and Women’s Policy Institute Sponsored by the Women’s Foundation of California. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Desert Regional Medical Center, Regional Access Project Foundation, Inc., and DIGICom Learning.

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Califonia State Assembly District 67

California State Assembly District 67 runs from above Temescal Valley, south through Lake Elsinore to Murrieta. Up the 215 through Menifee, northeast to Homeland.  East Hemet, and French Valley and everything in between.


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Jerry Carlos

I was born in Los Angeles and lived in a garage in South Central L.A.  I was a kindergarten drop out and attended 3 schools in first grade.  I excelled in high school and won scholarship money to attend the University of California, Riverside.  I have lived in the Inland Empire ever since I was 17. 

While in high school I worked as a high school custodian and for a parks & recreation department.  In college I worked for a fire department and was an audio-visual technician.  After graduation, I was in the US Army and was a reservist for 8 years.  During that time, I was a patrol deputy for the Riverside County Sheriff working out of the Elsinore and then the Riverside stations.  I was the first police chief for the Riverside Community College District.  I then went into several businesses for myself.  My current business is over 30 years old. 
I want to represent the 67th Assembly District, which is basically the same area I patrolled as a deputy. I’ve been working Southwest Riverside County since 1972.  Our schools have improved greatly, but our traffic has worsened.  Our incomes have increased, but so have the number of people living on the street.  My desire is to make this part of the Inland Empire a great place to live. 


Draw a "V" for victory - from Twentynine Palms, to Beaumont, to Palm Desert; you pretty much have Assembly District 42.  Interestingly enough 62% of Hemet falls within this district.

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DeniAntionette Manzingo 

Deni always puts the community and those around her first. As

Third District Commissioner for Women, Deni established a

program to educate young people about the dangers of human

trafficking. She tirelessly petitioned the Hemet Valley Medical

Center Board to resume operating the Rape Crisis Center, which

reopened in May of 2015.


Deni is an active member of Soroptimist International, living out

the organization’s mission in aiding women and girls, and developing programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Deni is a member of Rotary International, Hemet Woman’s Club, AAUW, and the President of Las Amigas, Incorporated.

She initiated the street ministry to serve the homeless by providing meals, clothing, and referring them to benefits that are available.

As a lifetime member of The National Council of Negro Women, she is pushing forth the rights of the people of color on all levels.

In recognition of this lifetime of good works, she was named ‘Woman of The Year’ by CA Senator Mike Morrell in 2016. She is an attorney who, prior to moving to California, practiced in the nation’s capital and now provides pro bono services.

Deni always strives to put her faith first through earnest prayer.

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Democrats of SW Riverside 

PO Box 1199

Murrieta, California 92564