Meet the candidates running for South Lake Tahoe City Council 2018
October 12, 2018
South Lake Tahoe voters will have nine choices to fill three seats in the fast-approaching election.
With mail ballots currently being sent to registered voters who requested to vote by mail, the Tribune posed a series of questions to each candidate running for City Council.
A majority of the questions were posed to all the candidates, while each individual candidate received two questions specific to them. These questions were based on conversations with community members and observations made by staff members.
Candidates were asked to keep all their responses to no more than 200 words. This does not include the first two questions about qualifications and their reason for running, which were limited to no more than 150 words.
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