It's an election year, and four of Mountain View's city council seats are up for grabs in November. To ensure Mountain View continues to build progressive road designs, it's critical we elect council members that support them.
City Council Members are THE decision makers when it comes to road designs and land use. To ensure we have a wise decision-making body, it's important to know who you are voting for. The best way to get to know them is through a conversation. Lucky for you, we plan to have a public conversation with the candidates, and you are invited to participate!
On Saturday, July 9th from 1 to 4pm, we will hold an event called Cake With the Candidates. Why cake? It's Safe Mountain View's third birthday this year, and we'll be celebrating by indulging in birthday cake while getting to know our city council candidates. RSVP if you'd like to join us!
Who are the city council candidates this year? Two are incumbents. One is a former city council member, and two are active community leaders. So far, here is the docket:
- John McAllister (incumbent)
- Chris Clark (incumbent)
- Margaret Abe-Koga (former council member)
- Lucas Ramirez (community leader)
- Thida Cornes (community leader)
- Lisa Matichak (community leader)
Come learn about their priorities and begin thinking about who you will vote for in November.
Space is limited, so please RSVP if you plan to come.