City Candidates to Speak at Valley Democratic Meeting Sept. 13

Menifee city candidates Wallace Edgerton, Greg August, Carol Sullivan, John Francis Smith and Nick Martin will address attendees of the Menifee/Perris Valley Democratic Club’s meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Smith is seeking the mayor’s seat. August, Sullivan and Martin are running for the District 1 seat, while Edgerton is seeking to represent District 3. There will be a question and answer session after the candidates finish speaking. Pizza and drinks will be available at the close of this meeting.

Menifee/Perris Valley Democratic Club meets on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Provident Bank Community Room, located at 27010 Sun City Blvd. This venue is accessible to persons with disabilities. The public is welcome.

Those attending are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food package/can for the Menifee Valley Cupboard.




4 Comments:

  1. It could be an insightful meeting if the smoke doesn’t get too thick

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    1. Or off topic stories

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  2. All we ever get is promises which are immediately broken. I'd love to have every single politician be hooked up to a lie detector machine and have a green/red light behind them where they can't see it and have the lights go off to show whether they are telling the truth or not.

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  3. could someone ask all of them if any of them have any criminal records , restraining orders against them , domestic violence or any child support issues , anything in their past that we don't know about , I'm really amazed that background checks are not done on candidates before we vote them in

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