Russell Bogh   REPUBLICAN

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Dec. 17, 2009: Bogh announced he will run in 2010 for the 37th state Senate District.

November, 2009: The California Target Book predicts that Bogh will enter the special election to fill SD 37, left vacant by John Benoit who left for the Riverside Board of Supervisors

2008: Member of Mitt Romney's "Romney For President" California Leadership Team

April 2001 - Nov. 2006: Served in state Assembly (AD 65). Positions included: Vice Chair of the Higher Education Committee and also served on committees overseeing Business and Professions, Insurance, Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy.

1997 - 1998: Director of the Inland Empire Office of then Gov. Pete Wilson

1996: District staff member for then-Asm. Ted Weggeland.

-- Manager of business development for Bogh Construction, his family's business.

-- Served as Regional Manager for Southern California Edison.

Bogh was born in San Bernardino and is a graduate of Beaumont High School. Bogh holds a bachelor's degree in business economics from CSU San Bernardino. He is married to Sheri Bogh, they have two children.

Last edited by Scott Flodin on Dec. 17, 2009

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