The following is a news release from Mark Orozco for Supervisor:
District 5 Supervisor candidate Mark Orozco will be on a week-long excursion through District 5 with his staff and volunteers. March 24th to the 30th, he will be traveling throughout the District to get acquainted with citizens and learn firsthand the changes citizens’ desire within their communities.
Thirty-eight year old Beaumont resident Mark Orozco is a candidate for District 5 Supervisor of Riverside County.
During the week of March 24th to the 30th, he will be traveling throughout the District to meet citizens and hear their concerns. The campaign will start its district tour in Banning at Tortillas Restaurant at 9am, where citizens will be able to sit down and have coffee with Mark to discuss the issues.
On the 25th, Orozco will arrive in Beaumont. After spending the day in the streets of Beaumont, citizens are invited to meet Mark for Taco Tuesday at 7:00pm, at Mama Lupe’s.
From there the campaign will travel through San Timoteo and arrive in Moreno Valley on March 26th. Orozco will spend two days in Moreno Valley before heading to Perris on the 28th and Menifee on the 29th.
On Saturday the 29th, Mark Orozco will return to Moreno Valley for his campaign kick-off event and Mark encourages everyone to come out and meet him.
Mark Orozco is a resident of Beaumont and is highly active in his community. He is an educator, former school board member, trained attorney, and the chair of the Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Riverside County’s 5th Supervisorial district covers Moreno Valley, Romoland, Nuevo, Perris, Menifee and the San Gorgonio Pass Area. The election will be held in June 3 2014.