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Who's Who in Healdsburg's City Elections?

Crowded field of 6 on slate for 3 Healdsburg City Council seats.

 

Six men are running in the Nov. 2 elections to fill three seats on Healdsburg City Council.

Click on each person's name to see a full Patch profile.

In alphabetical order, the candidates are:

Dennis James Brown, chief of medical imaging for the State of California Correctional Division.

Incumbent Tom Chambers, an executive with a local optical coating business.

Shaun McCaffery, a mechanical engineer and a volunteer with the and the

Timothy Meinken, a local business owner.

Incumbent Gary Plass, a former Healdsburg Police Sergeant and a real estate agent. Current Healdsburg Mayor.

Vern Simmons, a former Healdsburg Planning Commissioner and a retired U.S. Navy commander.


Mark Goff September 06, 2012 at 06:07 PM
Hey Keri, any chance of posting campaign email addresses for the candidates so that community members can write to them to share concerns, questions, or ideas?
Keri Brenner (Editor) September 06, 2012 at 06:10 PM
Hmmm...good idea. Let me check on that. I'll look into it...
Vernon Simmons September 09, 2012 at 07:34 PM
I don't have a campaign e-mail address and my current e-mail account is really full. How about just giving me a call at 431-2141. I would be my pleasure to hear from you and talk about things of mutual interest. Vernon Simmons
Keri Brenner (Editor) September 09, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Vernon Simmons: Thanks Vern for your willingness to be accessible to Healdsburg citizens and voters. How do the rest of the City Council candidates feel about publishing either their email addresses or their phone numbers if people have questions? In the interim, if anyone has a question he or she would like Patch to forward to a candidate, please email me at keri.brenner@patch.com. Alternatively, people may post questions in this comment space as well. Thanks!

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