It’s election day; Fontana voters will cast ballots for 2nd District supervisor and others | News

Election Day has arrived.

Voters are casting their ballots in several races, including the 2nd District race for the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, in the primary election.

In Fontana, ballot drop-off locations are the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 8353 Sierra Avenue (until 5 p.m.) and the Fontana Community Senior Center, 16710 Ceres Avenue (until 5 p.m.) on June 7.

In-person polling locations from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on June 7 include the Jessie Turner Center, 15556 Summit Avenue and the Jack Bulk Center, 16581 Filbert Street, as well as voters’ specific neighborhood locations.

No City of Fontana races are taking place, but all of the city’s voters can cast their ballots in the county’s 2nd District contest.

Five candidates are seeking to replace Janice Rutherford, who is being termed out. The candidates are Luis Cetina, Jesse Armendarez, DeJonaé Shaw, Nadia Renner, and Eric Coker.

The 2nd District includes all of Fontana as well as Rancho Cucamonga and northern Upland. Armendarez and Renner are Fontana residents.

—– ALSO, some local residents will be casting their votes for these public offices:

• United States Representative District 33 — Pete Aguilar, the Democratic incumbent, is being challenged by three Republican candidates — John Mark Porter, Ernest H. Richter, and Rex Gutierrez.

• U.S. Rep. District 35 — Norma Torres, the Democratic incumbent, is also facing three Republicans — Rafael Carmaco, Bob Erbst, and Mike Cargile.

• State Assembly District 45 — Democrat James C. Ramos and Republican Joseph (Joe) W. Martinez are on the ballot.

• State Assembly District 50 — Democratic incumbent Eloise Gomez Reyes is opposed by Republican Sheela Stark and Libertarian Rodgir Cohen.

• State Senate District 22 — This will be a race between Democrat Susan Rubio and Republicans Kimo Mateo and Vincent Tsai. This seat was previously held by Connie Leyva, but she will not seek reelection because of a change in the district boundaries caused by redistricting. So Leyva will instead vie for the 4th District seat on the Board of Supervisors against incumbent Curt Hagman and Larry Wu.

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