Those who you vote for during any election, are typically appointed to a 4 year term, within that term they have the authority to make decisions that will shape the financial future for years to come that affect housing, streets, services, business and more.
So I encourage you that when you vote:
1. Look at the character of an incumbent candidate, what have they decided on? What have they brought to the table? Have they been consistent? 2. Contact current candidates and ask questions. 3. Research the various voter guides/media outlets for candidate information.
Vote based on your own personal convictions, and make your best decision. Voting is one of our greatest rights!
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