Mann, Two Others Pull Papers to Run For Menifee Mayor

Three individuals -- including incumbent Scott Mann -- pulled papers Wednesday to run for mayor of Menifee in the Nov. 4 election.

Mann (left), one of the original Menifee City Council members and a former school board member, will seek his second consecutive two-year term as mayor. Mann, 51, served on the City Council from 2008-10 and on the Menifee Union School District board from 2010-12.

Mann announced during Wednesday night's City Council meeting that he picked up the application papers and signed acknowledgement of the Code of Fair Campaign Practices. Subscription to the code is optional for candidates, but Mann urged all candidates to sign the form and adhere to the ethics of campaign practices.

Also pulling papers Wednesday was Paul Wiggins, a regular at City Council meetings and active member of the community. Wiggins is a realtor at Tarbell Realtors.

George Rackstraw, another active community member and regular at city events, also pulled papers on Wednesday.

Individuals have until Aug. 8 to complete applications for City Council positions. The District 2 and District 4 council seats are also up for re-election in November.


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