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Candidate Forum May 6

Hello to all who may be interested in meeting the candidates for the contested offices in the upcoming Primary Election. Please plan to attend the Candidate Forum in the Ukiah City Council Chambers on May 6 at 6pm. And do tell your friends. The attached flyer contains all the basic information, but contact me if you have any questions about the forum. Note that none of the candidates for State Assembly or State Senate are from Mendocino County. One of them will be representing us in Sacramento, so it's important to meet and hear them before you vote. The California Primary Election is June 3 and ballots will be mailed to voters on May 5, so it's time to start paying attention.

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The California Primary is Tuesday, June 3. Ballots will be mailed to voters on May 5.

Don't miss this opportunity to meet and hear the candidates for Mendocino County School Superintendent and Clerk-Recorder as well as the candidates from the districts representing Mendocino County in the California State Senate and State Assembly.

The Mendocino Women's Political Coalition, the American Association of University Women, the Saturday Afternoon Club, and the Ukiah Daily Journal are presenting the following candidates in the local and district races that affect Mendocino County. KC Meadows of the Ukiah Daily Journal will moderate. Audience questions are encouraged.

6:00 p.m. Mendocino County Assessor-Clerk Recorder

Susan Ranochak, incumbent; Robin Sunbeam, challenger

6:30 p.m. Mendocino County Superintendent of Schools (seat open, vacated by Paul Tichinin)

Kathy Wylie, Warren C. Galletti

Paul Joens-Poulton

7:00 p.m. State Senator District 2 (seat open, vacated by Noreen Evans)

Derek Knell, Mike McGuire, Lawrence R. Wiesner, Harry V. Lehmann

State Assembly District 2 (seat open, vacated by Wes Chesbro)

John Lowry, Jim Wood, Matt Heath, Pamela Elizondo

We look forward to seeing you at the forum on May 6. Please feel free to share this information with your friends and neighbors.

Mary Ann Villwock, Mendocino Women’s Political Coalition

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