Thank you for taking the time to visit our (Team Alexander) website.
I am seeking your support to represent the 7th Ward as our new Representative on the City Council.
For too long, city leaders have ignored their citizenry. We need a fresh voice on the City Council to ensure that our neighborhoods receive the attention and resources our communities deserve. As a former U.S. Marine and currently a Neighborhood Association President. I am dedicated to serving the needs of our local community. I believe more importantly in making our community better.
My campaign is about rebuilding our city’s fiscal stability and restoring public trust, especially when it comes to our tax dollars.
As your Councilmember, I will provide leadership that focuses on bringing businesses, jobs and community services to the 7th Ward and the city as a whole.
To restructure how we do business in San Bernardino, and make it inviting!
Your concerns are very important to me. If you have questions or concerns, please text me at 909.754.1511 or contact me via email at
It would be an honor to earn your vote and to be your voice on our City Council.
Sincerely and God Bless,
Damon L. Alexander, MPA
Damon L. Alexander, MPA
SB City Council, 7th Ward
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ISSUES FACING OUR COMMUNITY
Our Animal Shelter
The San Bernardino Animal Shelter with its lack of funds is severely struggling to keep its doors open!
All we are asking for is for you to go through your closets and donate the blankets that you are no longer using.
These blankets will be used to keep these precious dogs and cats warm through the upcoming cold nights.
Damon Alexander a breath of fresh air to San Bernardino City Council
"While attending the Inland Congregations United for Change forum for the San Bernardino City Council candidates. I was shocked at some of their answers concerning the various topics. For instance, the homeless. One of the candidates said he would pay the police to round them up and send them to another city. This answer reeked of insensitivity". Others said...
SB Police Diversity
San Bernardino community leader Hardy Brown pushing for more diversity in police force
Brown, a black pioneer and longtime community leader, will be before city leaders at Feldheym Library, about three miles east of his Sixth Ward home, watching from his motorized wheelchair as his wife of 56 years, former Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown, reads two-plus hours of work in the three minutes she and all public speakers are allotted at City Council meetings.
Marijuana and The City
Among those frustrated was Damon Alexander
Cannabis Consultant are helping city leaders address issues pertaining to cannabis taxes, land permits, method of sale and consumption, and enforcement costs to name a few.
City leaders have confirmed they will host several town hall meetings to receive further input from the public on cannabis regulation.
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In The News
San Bernardino candidates pledge to improve public safety, finances
As many as four seats on the seven-member San Bernardino City Council could be occupied by new representatives ...
March 5, 2020
On to the General Election in November!
February 8, 2020
San Bernardino destined for greatness
-A Letter to the Editor; by Keith S. McCarter, B.S., J.D.
San Bernardino will always be my home. SB has seen some very low points but it has weathered the storm as best as it could. Now we must start to look to the future.
Damon Alexander shall be the first of the Destined for Greatness Team. Just as he did for over 20 years, he places SB first and foremost. He started as a San Bernardino Police officer. Then he advanced to working for...
November 12, 2019
Damon Alexander files for San Bernadino city council
With a primary election set for March, the nomination period for four seats on the San Bernardino City Council opened Tuesday, Nov. 12th and closes Dec. 6th.
The Candidates must receive 20 qualified signatures of registered voters within their respective wards to continue.
December 9, 2019
4 council seats in San Bernardino are up for election in March 2020. Here’s who is running
In March, voters in the Third, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh wards will elect a candidate to represent them.
Four incumbents on the San Bernardino City Council will face challengers in the March 3 election, the second consolidated primary election in the city since voters overhauled the charter three years ago. In all, 15 residents are running for office.
The 'Victory Aquatics Thunderbolts' swim team collabrates with North End Neighborhood Association.
On Wednesday, May 22, San Bernardino’s North End Neighborhood Association is holding a grand opening fundraiser at Arrowhead Country Club during which guests can buy bottles of water to pour into the pool. North End Neighborhood Association President Damon Alexander spoke...
Veterans honored at Mt. View Cemetery
“Our debt to the heroic men and women who gave their lives in the service of our country can never be repaid,” said District Commander Damon L. Alexander with the San Bernardino County American Legion. “They have earned our undying appreciation. America can and will never forget their sacrifice.”
in their race for
SB City Council 2020