Tuesday morning will open the chance for Sierra Madre residents to shape how they want their City Council to look for the next few years.
For those who haven't been keeping a close eye on the candidates, their campaigns, and what they think of some of the issues facing the city, Patch has assembled this guide to help. If you want to check out a sample ballot and a UUT fact sheet from the city, they are attached to this article.
Here's some more of what you'll need to know:
Patch has covered six of the candidates for City Council through short bios, forums and blogs. The candidates have shared their opinions of hot topics such as the UUT extension, the Kensington Project and police spending. Richard Mays is also running unopposed for the post of treasurer.
Below, you can reacquiant yourself with the city council hopefuls if you need to:
If you are not certain where to go to vote, here is the county registrar's voter polling location finder.
Both the and Bill Coburn, editor of Sierra Madre News Net, have publicly endorsed several of the candidates.
More to read about the candidates: