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Jon Taleb for Assembly, 65th District

Jon Taleb

Jon Taleb of Joshua Tree is running for state Assembly in the 65th Assembly District, which includes south-west-central portions of San Bernardino County and north-west-central portions of Riverside County. More specifically, in San Bernardino County it includes a strip along the southern edge roughly one fifth of the north-south distance going from the east-west midpoint to one-sixth of the way east of the western edge, including most of Yucaipa (most of the area either south of Yucaipa Boulevard or east of 5th Street), Running Springs, Big Bear Lake, Big Bear City, Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms. In Riverside County, it includes the northern half of the county between one-eighth and one-fourth of the way east from its western edge, including Calimesa, Cherry Valley, Banning, Beaumont, San Jacinto, Valle Vista, Hemet, Winchester, Homeland, Sun City, Romoland, Perris, Lakeview, Nuevo, and the southeastern two-thirds of Moreno Valley.

A Candidate for Working People

Jon Taleb is a Perris elementary school teacher who lives in Joshua Tree. She is very concerned about the condition of California's educational system, and she supports the Peace and Freedom Party's call for a quality free education for all from preschool to the university level. Like many teachers, she is also concerned about the families of her students, and she wants to help improve the conditions of life for the working people of California.

Jon Taleb is a peace candidate. She believes that ending this terrible needless war is the first thing we need to do. But working people need much more than that.

Higher wages, full employment, decent housing, good medical care for all -- these are some of the things working people need, and the Peace and Freedom Party favors. The two big-money parties make noises about some of these issues, too, but refuse to do what is needed to make them a reality.

The wealthy and their corporations have plenty of representatives in Sacramento -- don't workers deserve at least one?

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P.O. Box 1453, Joshua Tree, CA 92252
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