Following the recent candidate forum held by NUFF at the Fullerton Public Library last week, NUFF’s membership participated in a survey to choose from among those candidates who had completed and returned the 2018 NUFF Candidate Questionnaire.
On the basis of a combination of their responses to the questionnaire and conversations with attendees at the forum, NUFF’s membership assessed the following candidates as the most qualified candidates for their respective races:
Congratulations to the endorsed candidates. We are also immensely grateful to all of the candidates who submitted questionnaires and participated in the forum, and we commend each of them for their willingness to step forward and serve our community. For more information on all of the candidates and their questionnaire responses, click here.
On Monday, October 1st, NUFF hosted its traditional “Meet & Greet” at the Fullerton Public Library. On hand were 18 of the 20 candidates running for elective office in Fullerton in the November elections.
Fullerton City Council: in the upcoming November election, two of the five council seats are up for election under Fullerton’s new system of elections by district. As part of the program, Fullerton City Clerk provided an overview on the new district elections system and how it works.
Fullerton School Board Trustees: As of 2016, Fullerton’s School Board elections are also organized by districts. In November, there are a number of seats on both the high school and elementary school districts, and candidates for each of the seat will be on hand to discuss their plans and goals for their respective districts.
The NUFF Candidate “Meet & Greet” was an ideal opportunity for NUFF members and other members of the Fullerton community to speak directly with the candidates, face-to-face, no long speeches, up close and personal, to make their own decisions on whom to support in November for these important positions.
For more information on the candidates, click here