With bus ridership steadily increasing and ongoing threats of service cuts, transportation issues will be a deciding factor for many voters in the upcoming city election on March 4th. But elected officials aren’t taking the issue as seriously as we need them to.
The Votante Pa’Lante committee compiled a voter guide to hear candidate’s views about transportation and so that we can hold whoever gets elected accountable once they get in to office!
Page 1 of the voter guide contains statements from
- Patti Bushee
- Bill Dimas
- Javier Gonzales
District 1 Candidates
- Signe Lindell
- Michael Segura
District 2 Candidates
- Rad Action
- Joe Arellano
Click here for page 1 of the voter guide.
Page 2 of the voter guide contains statements from
District 2 Candidates (continued)
- Mary Bonney
- Jeff E. Green
- Joseph M. Maestas
District 3 Candidates
- Marie Campos
- Carmichael Dominguez
- Angelo Jaramillo
District 4 Candidates
- Ronald Stevan Trujillo (running unopposed)
Click here for page 2 of the voter guide.
There will also be 9 charter amendments on the ballot. For info about them, visit the League of Women Voters website.
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All candidates were given the same questions and were allowed a 25 word bio, 75 words for questions 1 and 2, Yes/No answers for questions 2-5 and 50 words to respond to the questionnaire. Answers are published exactly as received. Chainbreaker is a 501(c)3 organization and DOES NOT endorse candidates.