Ronald O. Loveridge

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Ronald O. Loveridge
Fmr. Mayor of Riverside Ronald O. Loveridge.jpg
Loveridge at the unveiling of a monument to Cesar Chavez
Mayor of Riverside
In office
January, 1993 – November, 2012
Preceded by Terresa R. Frizzel
Succeeded by Rusty Bailey
Personal details
Born 1937/1938 (age 78–79)[1]
Antioch, California, United States[2]
Nationality American
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Marsha
Children 2
Residence Riverside, California
Alma mater Stanford University
Profession Politician

Ronald O. Loveridge is the former mayor of Riverside, California, United States. He resides in Riverside with his wife Marsha and has two adult children. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of the Pacific and his doctorate from Stanford and teaches a Political Science course at UC Riverside.

Political career[edit]

He was elected to the Riverside City council in 1979, and served in that role until 1993. He was elected as the Mayor of Riverside in 1993, and has been re-elected in 1997, 2001, 2005, and 2009. His 5th term ended in 2012 with former city councilman William "Rusty" Bailey taking over the office.[3]

Loveridge served as president of the National League of Cities in 2010.[4]

Loveridge has presented his stance on environmental issues in a public document titled "The Mayor’s Call to Action for a Sustainable Riverside."[5]

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