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Mammoth Voices This Week: Town Council Candidates Rice, Hoff, and Guthrie

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Mammoth Voices this Week:

Amanda Rice, Cleland Hoff, Seth Guthrie
Candidates for Mammoth Lakes Town Council

This year there are SIX candidates running for THREE positions on the Mammoth Lakes Town Council. We met three candidates on October 6: Chris Bubser, Betsy Truax, and John Wentworth. This week we will meet with three more: Amanda Rice, Cleland Hoff, and Seth Guthrie.

As usual, we’ll be asking prepared questions, and opening it up for your questions. Hope to see you there!

NOTE: Our final election-related forum will be on November 3 when we discuss ballot measures.

TO JOIN THE  MEETING
on Thursday, October 20, 12-1:30 pm

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83592185807?pwd=ajY2SjNldEFPQ3pwbXVaL1crcFBMZz09

Meeting ID: 835 9218 5807
Passcode: 344107
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LINKS TO RECORDINGS OF ALL INTERVIEWS TO-DATE:

Kermit Jones Candidate for US Congress, CA District 3

Tim Robertson Candidate for State Senate District 4

Marie Alvarado-Gill Candidate for State Senate District 4

Joyce Slayton Candidate for Kern Community College Area II

Mammoth Lakes Town Council: Candidates Bubser, Truax, and Wentworth

MUSD Board of Trustees: Candidates Davis, Stavlo, Wormhoudt, Nash, Thompson, and Pelham 

MUSD Board of Trustees: Candidate Gloria Diaz

MCOE Board Candidate Dave Titus

MCOE Board Candidate Drea Perry

MUSD Candidate Written Responses: Stavlo, Davis, and Pelham  – PDF file

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