Expanding the 10/15 Freeway corridor, which is heavily used by commuters and trucks hauling cargo to the rest of the country, has long been a top priority of the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority.
District Based Elections
We are committed to ensuring transparency and accountability during the process of moving to district-based elections. Our motive is to provide fair representation and encouraging community involvement.
City of Fontana is undergoing a change to policy to incorporate the allowance of electric fences throughout the community. Electric fences will be allowed near residential and commerical properties.
Democrats will always fight to end discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, language, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.
Jobs & The Economy
We are committed to doing everything we can to build a full-employment economy, where everyone has a job that pays enough to raise a family and live in dignity with a sense of purpose.
Democrats know that every child, no matter who they are, how much their families earn, or where they live, should have access to a high-quality education, from preschool through high school and beyond.
Democrats believe that climate change poses a real and urgent threat to our economy, our national security, and our children’s health and futures, and that Americans deserve the jobs and security that come from becoming the clean energy superpower of the 21st century.
Democrats have been fighting to secure universal health care for the American people for generations, and we are proud to be the party that passed Medicare, Medicaid, and the Affordable Care Act.
The Fontana Democratic Club has been a longstanding organization in the City of Fontana. Founded in the 1930's, FDC has been involved in the growth and prosperity of Fontana as it grew from an agriculture to an industrial community. FDC has a strong history of fighting for civil rights, economic and social justice, as well as on behalf of residents or marginalized communities. Through these efforts, Fontana has become a majorly Democratic community and more enriched through this diversity.
The City of Fontana has 79,173 registered voters
39,588 of registered voters in the City of Fontana are Democrats
This past election cycle, 57,380 of registered voters casted a ballot
38,152 registered voters chose the Democratic nominee and rejected Trump's agenda
BarBara L. Chavez
Use our paper application to register and join our club. Please complete and bring to the next scheduled club meeting with your dues.
Election district map concerns Student Andre Cisneros walks toward the City Council members to give them a letter about making the election district map process fair. (Herald News photo by Alejandro Cano) Posted: Thursday, June 29, 2017 8:53 am | Updated: 5:18 pm, Thu Jul 6, 2017. By ALEJANDRO CANO | 0 comments Several area residents spoke out at the June Read more about Public Notices HomeNews Residents express concerns about proposed election district maps in Fontana[…]
By IMRAN GHORI | firstname.lastname@example.org | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: July 12, 2017 at 2:29 pm | UPDATED: July 13, 2017 at 7:59 am San Bernardino County will make its first foray into toll lanes. A 33-mile corridor will be built on the 10 Freeway and span much of the county, transportation officials decided Wednesday, July 12. The $1.8-billion project would add two toll lanes Read more about 10 Freeway toll lanes approved for across San Bernardino County[…]
Hello, Wanted to give you all ample time to calendar Saturday, July 22, 2017, from 9:30 AM – 11 AM for our regular monthly meeting. Congresswoman Norma Torres will be joining us and is looking forward to speak with members. If you have any agenda items you want to submit for consideration, please e-mail FontanaDems@gmail.com. Read more about Monthly E-mail[…]
By Anthony Victoria – June 6, 2017 Photo/School Transportation News: A ‘Type C’eLion electric school bus from Amherst, Massachusetts. Three Inland school districts were awarded funds to purchase electric-powered buses by the South Coast Air Quality Management District on June 2. The air regulatory board awarded approximately $1.6 million to the Fontana Unified School District, Read more about Inland school districts receive $1.6 million for electric buses[…]
Kareem Gongora has been elected the new president of the Fontana Democratic Club. Gongora, a former member of the Fontana Planning Commission, is the current chairman of the San Bernardino County Superintendent Committee on School District Organization. Mark Schulte was elected vice president, Manuel Saucedo became secretary, BarBara L. Chavez was re-elected as treasurer, and Read more about Gongora is new president of Fontana Democratic Club[…]
This past weekend, club members selected new executive board members: Kareem Gongora – President Kareem served as Vice President from 2015-2017 and is a former Planning Commissioner. He currently serves as Chairman of the San Bernardino Superintendent County Committee on School District Organization. Mark Schulte – Vice President Mark has been a longtime club member, Read more about Club Officer Election[…]
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We want to congratulate Councilman Jesse Sandoval for being selected as Mayor Pro Tem and alternates for Inland Empire Utilities Agency as well as San Bernardino County Transportation Authority and the San Bernardino Council of Governments. Councilman Michael Tahan was selected as alternate for Inland Empire Utilities agency. Meetings take place at 7pm, Second and Read more about Fontana City Council Assignments[…]
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Since George Washington, U.S. presidents have often delivered a final address to the American people as a way to share both their reflections on their time in office and their outlook on the future of our country. As his time in office comes to a close, President Obama will return to Chicago to deliver his Read more about President Obama’s Farewell Address[…]