Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Endorses Hagman

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association today endorsed Curt Hagman for San Bernardino County’s 4th Supervisorial District.  Known as a strong advocate for taxpayers, Assemblyman Hagman is a strong defender of Proposition 13 and has fought hard to keep taxes down and cut waste in state government. Jim Nygren, Hagman’s campaign consultant, noted that Congresswoman Gloria had a […]

SB County Sentinel: Hagman Makes Contrast With Negrete-McLeod In Board Run

(April 8)  Assemblyman Curt Hagman this week told the Sentinel he is seeking election to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors because he believes his philosophy of governance is best suited to rejuvenate the local economy compared to the approach advocated by his primary opponent in the race. Four candidates will appear on the […]

Hagman: The Overwhelming Supervisor Choice in Chino and Chino Hills

  Assemblyman Curt Hagman is honored to announce that every member of both the Chino Hills and Chino City Council is supporting his campaign for County Supervisor.  Hagman also noted that all of the Directors from the Chino Valley Independent Fire District have also endorsed him. ” I’m gratified that my former colleagues on the City Councils […]


Assemblyman Curt Hagman (Chino Hills) has completed the filing process as a candidate for San Bernardino County’s 4th District Supervisor. He is now an official candidate in the election to replace retiring County Supervisor Gary Ovitt. Hagman said he was “thrilled by the out pouring of support he had received since announcing his intention to run.” Hagman […]


“I welcome Congresswoman Negrete McLeod to the race. I look forward to hearing how she can make the county safer after she voted to release 20,000 dangerous inmates and voted to release even more through realignment,” said Assemblyman Hagman. “I’m hoping her ideas for county health care services work better than disastrous Obamacare policies she helped implement and steadfastly defends,” Hagman concluded.

Curt Hagman Remains Committed to San Bernardino County’s 4th District

With speculations and possibilities abound since Congressman Gary Miller’s recent announcement that he will not be seeking reelection this year, Curt Hagman is making it clear that he has no intention to run for the 31st Congressional District seat. “My dedication to local public service and the County of San Bernardino is stronger than ever,” […]

Curt Hagman to Run for County Supervisor

Today, State Assemblyman Curt Hagman (Chino Hills) announced that he is running for the San Bernardino County’s 4th Supervisorial District. The seat will be open as current Supervisor Gary Ovitt announced Monday that he will be retiring at the end of his 2014 term and will not seek re-election. “I am running so I can […]

Assemblyman Curt Hagman Earns a Perfect Score from the California Chamber of Commerce

SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills) recently earned a perfect score from the California Chamber of Commerce on his favorable voting record concerning “private enterprise, fiscal responsibility and the business climate.” “I am very proud that CalChamber has given me a perfect score on the votes I cast for the people of the 55th Assembly […]

Assemblyman Curt Hagman to Co-Author Bill Allowing Californians to Keep Their Health Insurance Plans

SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills) announced that he will be co-authoring a bill being developed by Assembly Republicans that would allow Californians who are losing their health insurance plans in the wake of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act to keep their existing plan for an additional year. “Californians were repeatedly […]

Every Legislator Should Own a Small Business

This past September, with the slam of a gavel, the Legislature closed its business for the year. Conversation between Assemblymembers and questions from staff immediately turned to plans for our temporary recess away from Sacramento. It is one of the most indispensable periods of the year as we are able to live in the real […]