Ten Huntington Seaside Metropolis Council candidates have formally certified for the November election as of Wednesday evening, although the listing might get longer by the top of the week.
Amory Hanson, Mike Vogler, Oscar Rodriguez, Tony Strickland, Jeffrey Hansler, Brian Burley, Pat Burns, Vera Honest, Kenneth Inoue and Gracey Van Der Mark have every filed for the race and been confirmed, in keeping with town clerk’s workplace.
4 of the seven seats on the dais shall be up for grabs within the election. Friday is the submitting deadline to get on the poll.
Vogler, an legal professional operating for Metropolis Council for the primary time, reported $25,000 of whole contributions obtained for the interval from January via June of this 12 months. That cash all consisted of a self mortgage.
Rodriguez, at the moment a Huntington Seaside planning commissioner, positioned fifth within the 2020 election with three spots accessible. His marketing campaign disclosures present $10,187 of whole contributions obtained in addition to a $5,000 self mortgage within the first six months of the 12 months.
People who contributed the utmost quantity of $620 to Rodriguez’s marketing campaign embody Gina Clayton-Tarvin, the Ocean View Faculty District Board of Trustees president who additionally has pulled papers to run this 12 months. Delores Clayton and Patricia Smith additionally contributed the utmost quantity, whereas Rodriguez additionally obtained $500 from the Orange County League of Conservation Voters.
Strickland is a former California Meeting member who went on to serve within the state Senate. He reported within the six figures — $100,191 — obtained within the first half of this 12 months, together with simply greater than $75,000 in financial contributions and $25,000 in self loans.
Strickland reported a complete of 94 people, committees or different entities contributing the utmost $620. They included Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, San Diego County Supervisor Joel Anderson and San Bernardino County Supervisor Daybreak Rowe. Coast Neighborhood School Professor Rodney Foster, 2020 Huntington Seaside Council candidate Jeff Morin and Chris Mann, president of the Yucaipa Valley Water District, had been additionally amongst these to donate the utmost quantity.
Burley, a enterprise proprietor who additionally ran in 2020, reported paying off $8,388 in self loans through the January via June interval. He obtained $140 in financial contributions, in keeping with data.
Burns, a retired longtime police officer in Lengthy Seaside, obtained $30,632 in contributions as of the top of June. He additionally had three self loans totaling $10,000.
Van Der Mark, a enterprise proprietor who completed fourth within the 2020 Metropolis Council race, reported receiving $12,915 in whole contributions through the first half of the 12 months. Most of that whole — $10,000 — was obtained by way of a mortgage from E-Mortgage Loans of Seal Seaside.
Marketing campaign monetary statements weren’t accessible for Hanson, a Huntington Seaside Historic Assets Board member who positioned fifteenth within the 2020 council race, or Hansler, an organizational improvement advisor. The monetary statements of Honest and Inoue additionally weren’t accessible.
Others who’ve pulled papers to run, in alphabetical order, embody Bobby Britton, Clayton-Tarvin, David Clifford, Jill Hardy, Wesam Jreisat, Casey McKeon, Billy O’Connell, Michael Olsberg, John Piekarski, Robert Reider, Gabrielle Samiy and Angie Soto.
Hardy and O’Connell are former members of the Metropolis Council, whereas McKeon and O’Connell made unsuccessful runs for a seat in 2020.
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