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City of VictorvilleCandidate for City Council

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Christine "Pepper" Blakeley

1,499 votes (4.08%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To bring new businesses into the city of Victorville by building up the infrastructure and cleaning up the hub of our city. Old Town Victorville.
  • To work with local organizations and other city officials to get our homeless off the streets and into programs that will help make them productive members of the community again.
  • To create trust, unity, and educate both the community and our law enforcement so that the two can work together to create a safe living, working and friendly atmosphere for everyone in the high desert. I plan to do this with more community events.



Assistant Manager/Detail Dept., Rancho Motor Company (2000–2007)
Assistant Manager Detail Dept., Rancho Motor Company (2000–2007)


Southwest Jr. College Music, Law (1982)

Community Activities

Chairman, High desert Equality (2011–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Town & Country Tire
  • Active Mobility Store
  • S.B.Medical

Individuals (5)

  • M&D Liquors
  • High Desert Equality
  • Mettias 66
  • MamaDawg Photography
  • Incredible Medibles

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