Democrats file early for 2020 bids to take two Inland House seats : Grace Williams hopes to replace Reps. Takano.
“I felt the need for the district to be represented by somebody who truly had the people’s interest in mind,” - Dr. Grace Williams
"If elected, Williams said she’d work with local leaders to get federal funding for infrastructure and other projects, help disadvantaged communities and improve workforce training and education in the district."Continue reading »
“Grace Williams is a very dynamic individual who I was very pleased to meet and who is a great representative for the City of Perris,” Medina said. “I was impressed by her and I look forward to working with her for the betterment of the City of Perris.” - Assemblymember Jose MedinaContinue reading »
“Dr. Grace Williams is an exceptional individual who served her country in the National Guard and has continued to serve our community in a civilian capacity,” said Assemblymember Medina. Hers is truly an American story. After serving in the military, Dr. Williams went on to receive doctorate from one of California’s most prestigious universities and has dedicated herself to improving the workforce pipeline in the Inland Empire. I am grateful for her contributions to our community and proud to recognize her as the 61st Assembly District’s ‘Veteran of the Year.’” - Assemblymember Jose MedinaContinue reading »
“The campaign has generated the most popular posts in the city’s history and has definitely stirred up a sense of camaraderie in our communities,” she said. “The exercise has inspired other ideas for joint marketing efforts that the city will pursue with residents for other businesses that we would like to bring into the city.” - Dr. Grace WilliamsContinue reading »
"Grace Williams, the City of Perris Planning and Economic Development Director, addresses the crowd during one of two public-input meetings to discuss long-term economic development strategy in the City."Continue reading »