Apr 5, 2016 11:15 AM by News Staff
While California’s June 7 primary election is nearing, local races, most of which will be decided during the general election in November, are starting to heat up.
Another incumbent on the Chico city council announced he will run for re-election.
The often outspoken and occasionally controversial Randall Stone made the announcement yesterday via his Facebook page.
Stone told action news now that he loves representing the city and says there is plenty more work to be done on behalf of the city.
“I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished,” he said. “I am proud of what my constituents and I have worked for. You know, there have definitely been some setbacks but we can fix those and we continue to move forward. The City of Chico has a very, very bright future.”
This would be stone's second term if re-elected in November.
Council members Tami Ritter and Ann Schwab announced their bids for re-election over the weekend.
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