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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
Local

City of Moreno ValleyCandidate for Mayor

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Denise Fleming

Realtor / Committee Member
7,344 votes (18.89%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Integrity in our city governance
  • Ensure safe neighborhoods
  • fiscal transparency

Experience

Experience

Profession:Realtor, Business Owner,Professor
Adjunct Professor, Argosy University (2006–current)
Realtor, Realty One (2000–current)
Advisory Committee, In Home Support Services — Appointed position (2016–current)
Advisory Board, Riverside University Health Systems Hospital Advisory Board — Appointed position (2018–current)
Contracts Supervisor, Moreno Valley Unified School District (2008–2016)
School Board Trustee, Moreno Valley Unified School District — Elected position (2012–2016)
Purchasing and Contracts Supervisor, Riverside County Office of Education (2000–2006)

Education

Argosy University Doctorate, Education (2008)
University of Phoenix MBA, Business Administration (2004)

Community Activities

Director, African American Coaltion Resource Center (2005–current)
Alumni, Emerge California (2012–2013)
Director, Non Profit Harvest Community Development Center (1999–2006)

Political Beliefs

Position Papers

Inland Empire and Air Pollution

Summary

Important Environmental issues facing the Inland Empire.

 Moreno Valley is plagued with unclean air.  Health experts have known for years that people living near major roads breathe higher levels of air pollution and face greater risk of asthma, heart disease, lung deficiencies and a variety of other ailments. The measurements of these pollutants provide compelling new evidence that local traffic pollution is adding to regional smog and threatening the health of more than 1 million Southern Californians who live within a few hundred feet of freeways such as our residents in Moreno Valley.  Exposure to air pollution causes premature death, hospitalizations and respiratory symptoms, limiting a person’s normal daily activity and increasing school absences and loss of work. We are breathing the dirtiest air in Southern Californian.    Residents living close to diesel trucks are breathing heavy pollution.  The solution is regulations, new technology and/or electric trucks. 

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Employment — September 29, 2018 candidate's campaign

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