Picking your 3 Candidates

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This is an exciting election year for Fullerton voters – you get to vote for a majority of the City Council seats as we do every four years during the Presidential Elections.

There are three seats to fill and twelve candidates to pick from!

There are many sources of information from which you can learn more about the candidates.

Your Sample Ballot should be arriving this week in the mail or you can see your Sample Ballot now online using the  Voter Lookup on the Orange County Registrar of Voters website. It contains the Fullerton City Council Candidate statements as well as arguments for and against Fullerton’s By-District Elections Ballot Measure ii.

Also available online is the League of Women Voters moderated Candidate Forum. Its 2 hours and then some of 10 of the candidates for City Council answering 10 questions selected from the 100 people who attended the Forum on September 29. If you do not have time to view this in its entirety, there is a synopsis written by CSUF professor emeritus of Political Science, Vince Buck in the Early October Observer.

As mentioned in a previous post, a local political action committee known as NUFF has posted the endorsement application forms submitted by 6 City Council Candidates.

The Fullerton Observer is also posting online candidate information for the first time this year on their YouTube Channel. If you don’t have time to watch and listen to the individual candidates respond to questions from the Observer you can see the editor’s synopsis of the interviews in the Early October print or pdf format of the Observer.

In each of these opportunities to communicate with you, the voters of Fullerton, I have made every effort to be clear, knowledgeable and informative. I try to be concise. But there are many complex issues that don’t always fit into simple answers. If you feel that you need more information from me on the topics discusses in these forums, please contact me.