Citrus Heights residents will get the chance to vote for candidates for two open seats on Citrus Heights City Council come November.
General elections will be held Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Two Citrus Heights City Council seats will be available; acting Mayor Jeff Slowey's council seat will be up for reelection, while another seat remains vacant following the resignation of Jayna Karpinski-Costa in June. The candidacy application deadline has passed and now seven candidates vie for the two council member seats, according to the Sacramento County Elections Office.
Imcumbent Jeff Slowey: According to the County Elections Office, Slowey has filed application papers to run for another four-year council term. Visit his current council profile here.
David Blackburn: According to the Elections Office's ballot designation, Blackburn is a professional risk analyst. He filed his papers to run for election on Aug. 1. Visit his campaign website here.
Jim Monteton: According to the Elections Office, Monteton filed papers to run for election on Aug. 6.
Bret Daniels: Daniels filed papers to run for election on Aug. 10, according to the Elections Office. His ballot designation describes him as a public safety director. Visit his campaign page here.
Charles Stone: Stone filed papers to run for election on Aug. 10, according to the County Elections Office. His ballot designation describes him as law enforcement/military.
Trish Dawson: A business manager, Dawson filed papers on Aug. 10, according to the County Elections Office.
Sue Frost: Frost is a small business owner, according to her County Elections Office ballot designation. She filed papers to run for election on Aug. 10.
Readers: What issues should the Citrus Heights City Council candidates focus on during the upcoming campaign? Tell us in the comments.