Vote Timm, Panduro for Fairfield council

Fairfield residents face a slate of City Council candidates who represent both the community’s past and the its future.

Our collective future hangs in the balance based in large part on the financial realities of 2018.

The aftereffects of the Great Recession remain in spite of strong financial growth across the state. It will not be long before there’s another cyclical recession in California. We can only hope it’s a minor downturn that’s quickly seen through rather than the devastation wrought by the Great Recession.

Published on October 28, 2018

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Fairfield candidates meet to discuss issues at voter forum

FAIRFIELD — Nearly 100 residents of the nearby Rolling Hills neighborhood turned out Thursday night to the Northern Solano County Association of Realtors building for a candidates forum hosted by the Rolling Hills Neighborhood Network.

The forum featured all six candidates vying for City Council posts, with challengers Doriss Panduro and Manveer Sandhu, along with incumbents Catherine Moy and Chuck Timm running for two open council seats, while challenger Anita Wise and incumbent Harry Price run for mayor.

Published on October 05, 2018

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Fairfield council candidates focus on business issues at chamber forum

FAIRFIELD — City Council candidates had a chance Thursday night at City Hall to talk business – and issues related to business – during a forum hosted by the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce.

Each candidate took advantage of the opportunity.

Four people are seeking two City Council seats: incumbents Catherine Moy and Chuck Timm, and challengers Doriss Panduro and Manveer Sandhu. Each candidate outlined their views in brief form during timed opening and closing statements.

Published on September 28, 2018

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Candidates take part in Fairfield town hall

FAIRFIELD — Candidates for elected city offices in Fairfield and Suisun City fielded questions Wednesday from local residents during a session hosted by the Tri-City NAACP.

The night’s session – billed as a town hall rather than a candidates forum – brought a group of area residents to Mount Calvary Baptist Church to pose questions to candidates for the city councils in Fairfield and Suisun City.

“This is the tradition of politics,” said Troy Finley, who heads up the political action committee for the Tri-City NAACP.

Published on September 27, 2018

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Candidate’s forum attracts council, mayoral, school board hopefuls

FAIRFIELD — More than a dozen candidates for local city councils, mayor duties and school board gathered Monday night for a candidates forum hosted by St. Stephen Christian-Methodist-Episcopal Church.

Each was allotted three minutes to introduce themselves, talk about their platform and answer a dedicated question.

Published on September 11, 2018

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Candidates speak at Tri-City NAACP session

FAIRFIELD — Eight candidates running for various local elected offices spoke Saturday during the meeting of the Tri-City NAACP at Mount Calvary Baptist Church.

Lisa Romero was the lone state office-seeker amid a cadre of candidates running for mayor and/or city council seats in Vacaville, Suisun City and Fairfield. Romero is running for the 11th Assembly District seat, currently held by Jim Frazier. 

Published on September 9, 2018

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