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Oxnard District 2 Council Seat – Enrique Petris – Candidate Profile

Oxnard District 2 Council Seat – Enrique Petris – Candidate Profile

Hello Oxnard citizens, my name is Enrique Petris and I’m interested in being you interim District 2 Oxnard Council Member. It would be an honor for me to serve in this capacity. If I’m the chosen candidate, I will fight hard to represent District 2 in the following four areas: QUALITY OF LIFE.  I would […]

Enrique Petris announces candidacy for CA. 26 Congressional District

Enrique Petris announces candidacy for CA. 26 Congressional District

Hello my name is Enrique Petris and I’m announcing today my candidacy for CA. 26 Congressional District.  I’m a lifelong county resident. I’m the founder and president of Pacific View Funding, a commercial loan brokerage firm in Oxnard assisting large and small businesses throughout the United States obtain needed capital to grow their businesses. I’m […]

Enrique Petris for Oxnard City Council

Enrique Petris for Oxnard City Council

My name is Enrique Petris and I’m running for Oxnard City Council. I’m a long time resident of Oxnard. I was born in Mexico and emigrated to the U.S. in 1968. I was raised by a single mother and grew up in the public housing projects in “La Colonia” neighborhood. In spite of me working at […]

Oxnard Inter-Neighborhood Council debate of City Council candidates- 10-13-16

Oxnard Inter-Neighborhood Council debate of City Council candidates- 10-13-16

The Oxnard Inter Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO) sponsored an Oxnard City Council candidates forum on October 13, 2016 at the Oxnard Performing Art and Convention Center theater. Candidates fielded questions submitted to League of Women Voters moderator David Maron by the public and INCO. Event Video by Dan Pinedo Candidates participating were:  Aaron Starr, Al Velasquez, Bryan […]

Oxnard Downtown candidate forum- 9-28-16

Oxnard Downtown candidate forum- 9-28-16

By George Miller The Oxnard Downtown Improvement District sponsored this event, to showcase Mayoral and Council candidates to the public. The forum questions tended to emphasize downtown concerns. We didn’t see an official count, but there seemed to be about 175+ people there, which would make it the biggest Oxnard candidate forum of the year. […]