Canan Tasci and Wes Woods II, Staff Writers
Posted: 03/02/2013 05:45:24 PM PST
Updated: 03/02/2013 06:26:00 PM PST
Voters in Chino Hills and Claremont will elect members of their respective city councils Tuesday.
In Claremont, voters have until 8 p.m. to go to the polls to choose among three candidates for two council seats.
There are no polls in Chino Hills for the all-mail special election to fill the seat of Councilman Bill Kruger who resigned Sept. 4. Late-arriving ballots must be received by 8 p.m. at the Registrar of Voters’ Office, the City Clerk’s Office or the Thalman Branch Library, 14020 City Center Drive.
A look at the two cities’ races:
Chartered planes, phone calls, lawn signs and shaking hands with residents were all a part of four candidates attempts to win a City Council seat.
Candidates Ray Marquez and Rossana Mitchell are major spenders investing more than $20,000 each in their campaigns, while Jesse Singh has spent about $4,700, according to campaign reports.
Candidate Debra Hernandez doesn’t plan to fundraise or spend more than $1,000.
In fact, all four candidates have a campaign website, Twitter accounts and most have set up Facebook pages.
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