Off the Kuff breaks down some of the candidates for the City Council’s At-large 3 position this year. He talks about six declared candidates, and two “maybes.” I only have four candidates listed: Chris Carmona, Michael Kubosh, Roy Morales and Jennifer Pool, so I will discuss the others a little bit.
About a week ago, Dos Centavos mentioned a retired firefighter named Roland Chavez announcing his candidacy for the City Council, and, somehow, I missed it. A cursory Google search shows that he donates his money to Democrats, so I have a good feeling about his political leanings. He has a Facebook page which may be seen –> here. He also has a website –> here.
Then there is Rogene Calvert. Calvert is also a Democrat, and used to be the President of the Asian Chamber of Commerce. I can’t really find any news about Calvert, nor any website or such.
Lastly, Nancy Sims is mentioned on the Off the Kuff article as stating that
Laurie Robinson, the Democrat who ran against Jolanda Jones in 2011, has been making noise about running for the seat. Additionally, a rumor was floated about Al Edwards, of all people, running for this seat. Oh how the mighty have fallen. I hope Edwards runs, actually. He would be a reliable Democrat who has great name recognition–could prevent the seat from falling into Republican hands.
I’m sorry that I could never get to writing the Wikipedia pages for these candidates, but I actually am going to start working on it this weekend.
UPDATE: Robinson posted the following flyer on Charles’s Facebook wall, very open to public view. Turns out she isn’t really running for anything this year.