In 2012, then-candidate Robert Lovingood campaigned for a seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. Although the seat is non-partisan, Lovingood made it clear to the voters in the conservative First District that he was a Republican. His platform was clearly that of a conservative.
When researching his recent vote to increase the county’s share of vehicle licenses fees, a very un-Republican vote at that, other glaring contradictions came to light. Let’s do a comparison of campaign promises versus promise delivery.
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