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California State AssemblyCandidate for District 52

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Paul Vincent Avila

Ontario Council Member
44,865 votes (40.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Residents' approved transportation infrastructure development
  • District water longterm supply implementation and resolutions
  • Determination to strengthen legislative laws of' potential governmental abuses and fraud against district's residents



Profession:Ontario City Councilman
Council Member, Ontario City Council — Elected position (2012–current)
Board of Trustee's, Ontario-Montclair School District Board — Elected position (1993–2012)
Secretary of Grand Jury, San Bernardino County Grand Jury — Elected position (2002–2003)
Employment Counselor, Employment Development Department (1972–1996)
Job Specialist, california Dept. of Correction/ Parole Community services Division (1990–1995)
CSEA Eastern District President, California State Employee Association — Elected position (1983–1984)
Combat Vetetan, 4/47th Riverine Task Force, 9th Infantry Division, US Army — Elected position (1968–1970)


California State University San Bernardino Bachelor of Arts, English/ Creative of Writing (2000)
California State University San Betnardino Bachelor Arts, English/ Creative Writing (2000)
California State University San Bernardino Master's in Governance, Educational Leadership (1998)
California State University San Bernardino Master of Boardmanship, Educational Leaderdhip (1997)
Los Angeles City College Associate Arts, Legal Assistant/ Physical Science (1975)

Community Activities

Predident, Ontario Hispanic Heritage (1985–current)
LVER/ San Gabriel Valley Veteran Employment Representative, California State EDD (1982–1984)

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Political Beliefs

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infrastruction for transportation demands


A comprehensive discerning overview of what Inland empire's West-end and partial commute routes from inland  LA area.

The prediction in population growth effects commuting challenge as a focus to subsequent relief for current and projected congestive traffic must as sensible priorty satisfied the confirmation by inland empire's residents. Thus the resident's imput, in terms of what they need and want or not,is highly expected and desired for enventual implemetation. The thoughtful costs for construction, labor, creative solution, and post maintenance.

One awareness to past infrastruction of transportation development in Orange County's criticism of ineffective toll lane and price charges usage and shift of problematic overcrowding of remaining lanes as focol discerning concern.

Prmotional labor incentatives,  facilitate the said transportation development wth concurrence of its residents. Its  crucial, we closely analyze and demand the best quality of residents' labor opportunities and desireable benefits over projected 10 years project.  Jobs for inland empire's residents must convinceably enhance full time and temporary/ part time status jobs, top notched health benefit must be inclusive. And inclusion of desireable retirement package.  Its imperative that residents get job selection priority over outsiders...thats a must! Federal dollars allocation is a foregone conclusion, the nation as a whole benefits.

incredibly most profound supportor of district's residents/ parental Civil Rights .


The nation's US Constitutional Civil Rights protective coverage of its district's  constituents' quality of life and health issues are eternally prevailing over micro- oppositional opinion; inclusive enhancemrnt by State government's utilitarianism permissive concept

The few over the many ?

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