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Born in Fort Ord California in 1961 Lloyd has always lived in California. Moved to Escondido in 1967 graduating from Orange Glen High School and enrolling at UCLA in 1979. In 1981 he left school to work for his father and spent the next five years managing each of the family’s 3 restaurants in Oroville, Roseville and Auburn. After marrying his wife Marti in 1987, they moved back to Southern California. Lloyd worked as a manager for Transamerica Financial Services in Granada hills while Marti earned her accounting degree from California State Northridge and then he returned to UCLA completing his Economics degree in 1994.

In 1994, Lloyd began work as a self-employed licensed securities broker and insurance agent in Escondido until he accepted a position at Esri in Redlands in 1997. Esri is the global market leader in GIS. In 2002, through Esri’s Fellowship Program, Lloyd was awarded a scholarship to the University of Redlands School of Business, earning an MBA in 2004. Lloyd has worked at Esri for 21 years, currently he works as a software developer on ESRI’s Business Intelligence team.

After the birth of their second child, Lloyd and Marti sold their home in Highland and moved into a much-needed larger home in Beaumont in 2006. Lloyd immediately became active in Beaumont Unified School District politics, Cub Scouts and the Pass Area Swim Team. He served on the school site council and PTA Executive board as well as BUSD’s Budget Review and Technology Planning committees.

In 2014. Lloyd was elected to the Beaumont City Council and re-elected in 2018. He has represented the citizens of Beaumont on Riverside County Transportation Commissions (RCTC) board of commissioners, RCTC’s Executive Board and as a member of RCTC’s Budget and Implementation, Toll Policy and Coachella Valley San Gorgonio Pass Rail committees. He has served on and Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) Executive Board and currently serves on the Eastern Riverside County Interoperable Communications Authority (ERICA).


Ran a highly effective campaign against entrenched corrupt interests

In 2014, I ran a reform campaign that knocked off three incumbents who had controlled the Beaumont City Council for a combined 40+ years.

I negotiated the settlement of a $63 million judgement which threatened to bankrupt the city

During that same first month, I brought the Western Riverside Council of Governments to the negotiating table, which eventually led to settlement of a $63 million judgement facing the city.

The settlement provided Beaumont with an added $900,000 in annual sales tax revenue.

$140 million in new local infrastructure

Beaumont went from the edge of a financial abyss to an A+ rating from Standard and Poor’s. This rating has allowed the city to secure cost-effective funding for a state-mandated $100 million upgrade to a wastewater plant.

Led an effort resulting in felony convictions and helped recover millions for the citizens of Beaumont

During my first month on the council, I worked with the FBI and local DA to expose a $40 million+ scandal that led to arrests and felony guilty pleas for the City Manager, Finance Director, City Attorney, and department heads of Planning, Economic Development, and Public Works. We have managed to secure $12 million in restitution so far.

Attracted more than 1,000 good-paying jobs to a small city, with more on the way

Working with my colleagues on the Council and our local developers we were able to raise $8 million in cash. The cash was needed to restart an essential $30 million construction of the Potrero - Highway 60 interchange. This project has been instrumental in attracting Amazon to construct a high-tech fulfillment center in Beaumont, bringing more than 800 new jobs.

Instituted Property Tax Reform

I worked to reform the city’s troubled Mello-Roos program, resulting in millions in savings for Beaumont home owners. We lowered property tax payments by over $4 million annually, affecting 88% of Mello-Roos tax payers. The current program will continue to monitor markets for future saving for the remaining homeowners.

  • Senator Jeff Stone

    Lloyd White is the type of Republican Leader we need representing the Inland Empire in Sacramento. He successfully rooted out the corruption at his city hall and subsequently made government work more efficiently for residents and businesses. His record also includes reducing property taxes without cutting any services.

    Lloyd White is a friend of both the taxpayers and businesses. Lloyd White can bring strong leadership to Sacramento to change the direction of our State. He has my full support.

    Jeff Stone
  • Marion Ashley

    I am proud to endorse Lloyd White for State Senate. He’s a proven tax fighter with the leadership needed to deliver results for our local communities.

    As a Councilman in Beaumont, Lloyd White showed great skill in restoring integrity and sound financial management at City Hall. He’s just the kind of Citizen Representative that taxpayers need at the State Capitol.

    Marion Ashley
    County Supervisor Retired
  • Bobby Duncan

    Lloyd White will be a strong voice for Yucaipa taxpayers in the State Senate. I’m proud to endorse his candidacy.

    Lloyd has demonstrated his ability to successfully oppose government corruption and financial mismanagement at the local level. That’s just the right kind of leadership we need to stop the big spenders in Sacramento who are raising our gas taxes and squandering millions of our tax dollars on free health care for illegal immigrants.

    Bobby Duncan
    Yucaipa Mayor
  • John Valdivia

    I am proud to endorse Lloyd White for State Senate. Lloyd is the type of leader we need in Sacramento to shake things up. He’s a proven leader at the local level, fighting corruption and reducing government waste.

    John Valdivia
    San Bernardino Mayor
  • Juan Figueroa

    Councilman Lloyd White has the ability, the work ethic and the integrity, to lead our region and represent our concerns in Sacramento. I am proud to stand with Lloyd White and endorse him for State Senate.

    Juan Figueroa
    San Bernardino Councilman