Jul 25, 2014

Campbell Patch's Guide to Nov. 6 General Election

Two council seats were up for grabs in Campbell, and four school districts that serve local students have races on their school boards.

Campbell Patch's Guide to Nov. 6 General Election

The Nov. 6 general election is just months away. Municipal, county and state candidates are already working hard on their campaigns to reach voters, and explain their political agendas. Campbell Patch will follow all the important races right up to election day, and after. The candidate filing period opened July 16 and ended Aug. 10.

In Campbell, voters will be electing representatives for the following groups:

, Governing Board

 Incumbents Juliet Tiffany-Morales and Leah K. Read have both filed their nomination papers. Elementary School Teacher Michael Snyder has also joined the race.

, Governing Board

Incumbents Rick Costanzo and Diane Gordon both filed their nomination papers. Education Technology Entrepreneur Kalen Gallagher and Retired Teacher Linda (Jopp) Goytia have also joined the race. 

Moreland School District, Governing Board

Appointed Incumbent Brian Penzel has filed his nomination papers to run in this fall's race as has Incumbent Robert Varich. Operations manager Julie Reynolds-Grabbe has also joined the race.

West Valley/Mission Community College District

Trustees up for election this fall are  Chris StampolisBoard President Robert Owens and  Trustee Adrienne Grey and  Nick Heimlich.

City of Campbell, Council Member (ELECTIONS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED)

Both incumbents Jason Baker and Mike Kotowski . There was a special Campbell City Council meeting on Aug. 21 that for council seats seeing that they were uncontested, saving the city more than $51,000.

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