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Complete ATC Candidate Info Available Online

Altadena Town Council Election Day is June 7.

AltadenaElection.org offers Altadena voters complete candidate information, videos and information on polling sites.

Voters can get to know the candidates by reading their candidate statements and fliers, as well as by viewing videos of their May 20th Town Council presentations and the May 27th NBBA candidate forum.  Maps and time schedules for polling sites make it easy to cast a vote.

A Facebook page is also available at www.facebook.com/AltadenaElection, and a Twitter feed @AltadenaElect

Election Day is June 7th, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, with pre-voting on June 3rd, 4:00 to 7:00 pm.

—AltadenaElection.org

Steve Lamb June 03, 2014 at 11:21 AM
This is a very misleading article. It points people to a NBBA facebook page. NBBA is a unincorporated association with a agenda. Its NOT an unbiased source.
Eric Pierce June 03, 2014 at 11:51 AM
Mr. Lamb, Nowhere in this article are there any links to an NBBA Facebook page. The article contains links to the AltadenaElection.org website, Facebook and Twitter feed. AltadenaElection.org is an entity that is the sole responsibility of myself, Eric Pierce. The objectives and mission statement are as follows: • The independent Altadena Town Council election website and social media campaigns are designed to bring information and publicity surrounding the ATC election cycle to the current model used by other organizations. • The Altadena Town Council has stated that they’re not able to administrate these types of websites and social media, so these sites have been set up independently, but will work to support Town Council and the official ATC website, as well as to ensure that the ATC Election Committee adequately promotes all aspects of the election process. AltadenaElection has the support of the ATC, and Chairman Marcussen has pledged to provide election resources. • The altadenaelection.org website will provide full, independent candidate information, as well as video and other media, while the Facebook page will keep everyone engaged in the election process. The Twitter feed will be for breaking news and reminders.

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