Here are the challengers who will be on the November ballot to represent Hesperia residents:


Hesperia City Council


Two incumbents will take on nine challengers for two open seats:


James Blocker


Paul Bosacki, incumbent


Dennis De Hay


Chris Elvert


Brent Farr


David Holman


Cody Leis


Mike Leonard, incumbent


Don Parkman


James Roberts III


Eric Schmidt


Hesperia Unified School District


One incumbent and three challengers in the race for two seats:


Chris Bentley, incumbent


Cody Gregg


Marcy Kittinger


Ella "Lee" Rogers


Hesperia Recreation and Park District


Two incumbents and one challenger in the race for two seats:


Bob Chandler, incumbent


Andrew "Andy" Cowan


Jack Hamilton, incumbent


Victor Valley Community College


Two incumbents and one challenger for two seats:


Joseph Brady, appointed incumbent


John Pinkerton


Joe Range, incumbent


San Bernardino County 1st District supervisor


Robert Lovingood


Rick Roelle


Mojave Water Agency


Division 3's incumbent faces two challengers for his seat:


Joe Fahrlender


Richard Hall, incumbent


Norman Meek


Division 7's incumbent will take on three challengers for his seat:


Robert Critzman


David Mueller


Douglas Shumay, incumbent


Harvey Wilkin Jr.


Congressional District 8


Paul Cook, R


Greg Imus, R


State Assembly District 33


John Coffey, D


Tim Donnelly, R


State Senate District 21


Star Moffatt, D


Steve Knight, R


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