Manos opens campaign headquarters, kicking off race for 67th Assembly District

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Lake Elsinore City Councilmember Steve Manos, center, talks with Darryl Self, left, and Jeff Bartels, right, at the opening of Manos’ campaign headquarters for his state assembly bid. Valley News/Will Fritz photo
Lake Elsinore City Councilmember Steve Manos kicked off his campaign for state assembly Saturday, Jan. 4, with the opening of his campaign headquarters at the Outlets at Lake Elsinore. Manos, a Republican, is running to fill the 67th Assembly District seat currently held by fellow Republican Melissa Melendez. Manos announced his candidacy for the assembly seat Nov. 9, soon after Melendez announced her intention to run to fill the seat of state Sen. Jeff Stone when he resigned to take a position in President Donald Trump’s Department of Labor. The 67th Assembly District covers a stretch of western Riverside County including Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Canyon Lake, Menifee and Hemet. Manos is opposed in the assembly seat race by another local leader, Murrieta Mayor Kelly Seyarto,
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