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Filing for the November 4 election ...
Filing for the November 4 election closed at noon Friday with two incumbents seeking re-election unopposed, two incumbents not filing for re-election, and one contested election, Hope City Clerk Carol Almond said today.
Almond said neither Ward 1 Director Doodle Franklin nor Ward 2 Director Don Hall filed for re-election.
Mark Ross and Alamae Flenorey filed for election to Ward 1; but, Almond
said this morning that not all of Flenorey's election petitions have been certified.
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Carol Almond has served the City of Hope since 1998.She is currently the Human Resources Director after being promoted in January of 2003 from Administrative Assistant.Ms. Almond also serves as Deputy City Clerk and oversees the Safety Program.
Hope City Clerk Carol ...
Hope City Clerk Carol Almond said Wednesday that two incumbents have asked for election petitions, including Ward 7 Director Don Still and Ward 6 Director Steve Montgomery.
But, while Ward 1 Director Doodle Franklin has also not requested a petition, Almond
said two petitions have been requested from Ward 1, but neither has been returned.
"I pretty much expect them back in just before noon on Friday," Almond
The filing period for the Nov. ...
The filing period for the Nov. 4 general election opened today at Hope City Hall and will continue until Aug. 15 when election petitions must be submitted by candidates to City Clerk Carol Almond.
said that means candidates must establish residency by no later than Oct. 5 to be eligible.
Hope Star: News
According to City Clerk Carol Almond, all three incumbents beat the noon filing deadline.