Jefferies announces retirement from board of supervisors at End of Current Term

Riverside County 5th District Supervisor Kevin Jeffries announced his retirement from the board and politics entirely in a statement issued Friday, Oct. 1. Jefferies will remain in his seat until his term ends in 2024. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Riverside County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries announced that after completing his current term, he will be retiring from politics entirely. “When I ran for reelection last year for my third term, I told a number of people that this would be my last campaign, and that I intended to retire when my term expires at the end of 2024,” Jeffries said in a statement issued Friday, Oct. 1. “As we are now beginning to consider new supervisorial district maps in the redistricting process, I thought this was the appropriate time to announce publicly and officially that I will be retiring at the end of 2024.” Jeffries, 60, of Lakeland Village was first elected to a four-year term on the board of supervisors in November 2012, after serving in the state Assembly, where he could not continue becaus
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