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Fresh Leadership for a Brighter Ontario

My name is Aaron Bratton and I am an attorney, entrepreneur, and proud third generation Ontario resident. My grandparents moved here in 1956. I love Ontario. Ontario is my home.


I want our city to be the premier city of the IE. I want to attract good paying jobs with good benefits, so the people that work here, can live here, and play here. I want to build more affordable housing, and have compassionate treatment for the homeless that provides them the resources they need to better their situation. I want our residents to not just survive, but thrive.


I want to increase positive options for the youth, such as recreation, arts, and career-preparedness training. I want to build a bridge between community and law enforcement that involves healthy dialogue and interactions.


I want a healthier Ontario. An Ontario without congestion and pollution. I want to help create an Ontario of the 21st century. A better Ontario. A brighter Ontario.


Bratton earned his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law.


Bratton earned his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Cal State San Bernardino.


Bratton earned his Associate's Degree in Social & Behavioral Science from Chaffey College. 

Bratton graduated from Ontario High School in 2002.

Community Involvement:

San Bernardino County District Attorney Community Commissioner

Captain Walter G.Bratton Foundation Board 

Mt. Zion Church of Ontario Trustees

Ontario-Montclair Kiwanis Trustee

Ontario High School Alumni Association Board 

Ontario Rotary, member

Ontario Elks Lodge, member

Ontario Heritage Society, member

Special Certifications & Training:
San Bernardino County Children’s Network Mentoring Taskforce
“Spontaneous Mentoring” Certificate
United Way 211 San Bernardino County
Homeless Coordinated Entry System
United Way 211 San Bernardino County
Homeless Outreach & VI-SPDAT
San Bernardino County Children’s Network Mentoring Taskforce
“Youth Mental Health First Aid” Certificate
San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Client Track Training
City of Ontario, Housing & Neighborhood Preservation Agency
“Interacting Effectively with the Mentally Ill” Training

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Ontario High 2002 Graduation
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