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Posted on: September 5, 2019

[ARCHIVED] It’s time to Vote!

Its time to Vote!

Election Day is this Tuesday, September 10th. Ballots must be RECEIVED by the City Clerk by 7:00pm that date. Submissions can be dropped off either at City Hall during normal business hours or by using the new 24-hour drop box located at the Police Department, 201 East 18th Street.  

Submissions can also be made by mail (you will need to put adequate postage on the envelope). Postmarks DO NOT count as received dates. It is recommended that if you have not mailed your ballot BEFORE Monday, (September 9th) that you drop it off at one of the dropoff locations, listed above, to ensure that it is received by the City Clerk office before the deadline.  

You can learn more about the city council candidates by viewing the candidate election forum video (see link below). Use the chapter menu to select topics of interest.  

The seven candidates for City Council are:

  • Brian Condie 
  • John Max Doose 
  • Joe P. Elliott 
  • Ed Green 
  • Clint Hostettler 
  • Raquel Mendizabal 
  • Dana Wood 

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