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Click the yellow links below to see who’s running for your City Council seat. Click here for the school board.
March 5 is Election Day in Long Beach.
Four City Council seats and two school board positions are up for grabs, and most if not all of those races will be decided in the March 5 primary, not in the November general election.
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Columnist Jackie Rae’s one-on-one interviews with candidates
On Jan. 25 we sent out invitations for candidate forums in each race.
✅ Yes ❌ No ☐ Awaiting response
Here’s who’s responded:
District 8 WATCH HERE
LBUSD Area 2 WATCH HERE
With a noncompetitive presidential primary driving down turnout, local candidates don’t need to compete for as many votes.
Voting by mail is already underway, but you can still participate. Get info on all the crucial Long Beach races at lbpost.com/elections.
On this episode of “The Word with Jackie Rae” podcast, Schipske discusses the need for transparency in local government, police reform and promoting a unified Long Beach.