Danville Council Candidates Set for November Election

Seven candidates will vie for three seats on the Danville Town Council.

Danville residents won't lack choices for Danville Town Council when they head to the polls in November.

Seven candidates have submitted the needed paper work to the county stating their intention to run for the three seats available on the council.

The candidates include the current Mayor Newell Americh and councilmember Michael Doyle.

The other candidates are: Bob Nealis, Renee Morgan, Jim Jelincic, Deanna Sullivan and Lori Hock.

A random drawing will take place on Aug. 16 to determine what position the candidates will be on the ballot.

To look at all the local elections for Danville, check out Patch's .

What are the most important issues facing the new council will have to deal with? Do you already know who you are going to support? Who and why?


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Ian Lipnicky (still a SportsFan) August 15, 2012 at 02:09 AM
It's great to see so many people willing to participate in our city government.
Jim August 15, 2012 at 03:13 PM
My name is Jim Jordon Jelincic. I am one of the candidates for the Danville Town Council. I am self-funding my campaign, so there will be no conflicts of interest. I support urban limits and the retention of our scenic hillsides and ridgelines. I hope that you will visit my web site and consider giving me your vote in November. http://www.JJJforDanvilleCA.com. Thanks! Jim
Cathy S. August 15, 2012 at 07:29 PM
Where can I learn more about these regional neighborhood discussion groups, and what their goals/purpose are?


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