Two Imperial Irrigations District directors, and three county supervisor seats are up for election, Elections Coordinator Debra Porter said.
Aside of Menvielle, IID Director Stella Mendoza’s seat is also up for election.
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Meanwhile, in the Westmorland City Council the seats of council members Stanley Brummet and Mary Ann Smith are up for election.
After candidates get no more than 40 and no less than 20 signatures of registered voters, Porter said, “they (candidates) can come back in and at that time file their declaration of candidacy.”
The deadline for nomination documents, fees and declaration of candidacy is March 9.
But for the supervisorial race of District 4 — which encompasses Brawley and the county’s Northend — the deadline will be extended because the incumbent, Supervisor Gary Wyatt, isn’t running for re-election, said Porter.
Wyatt’s four-year term is up in December, and so are the terms of supervisors Michael Kelley and Jack Terrazas, both of whom already announced their re-election bids last month.
As of Monday there was also a confirmation of a voting measure coming from Calexico, Porter said.
This measure will ask voters whether Calexico’s clerk and treasurer positions should be appointed instead of voter elected.
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