Polling places open Tuesday
by PI Staff
Oct 28, 2010 | 5998 views | 2 2 comments | 811 811 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, for Patterson mayor, City Council and Del Puerto Health Care District elections, as well as for statewide offices and propositions.

Some Crows Landing residents and some Westley residents vote only by absentee ballots. Other Crows Landing residents can vote at Harvest Community Church, 21943 G St.

Qualified Westley residents can vote at the Westley Fire Station, 8598 Kern St., in Westley. Voters should refer to their voting materials or visit www.stanvote.com for individual information.

Polling places in Patterson:

• Federated Methodist-Presbyterian Church, 45 S. El Circulo

• New Home Foursquare Church, 551 N. First St., Ste. F

• Las Palmas Senior Apartments, 1075 W. Las Palmas Ave.

• Patterson Unified School District office, 510 Keystone Blvd.

• Father Connors Hall, 220 N. Salado Ave.

The West Side Democratic Committee will provide rides to voter polling places on Election Day. For transportation information: Pete La Torre, 892-8511; or Gordon Barbosa, 324-5327.

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November 01, 2010
I appreciate your sentiments regarding the campaign signs around town. After speaking to many residents, I decided not to get the large road signs and have only used the smaller lawn signs.

Having said that, I commit to you that my team will be taking down all of my signs on Wednesday after the elections. Additionally, my campaign brochure and written materials were printed on recycled paper.

Thank you for you being a concerned Patterson resident, and I urge all residents who have not already voted to make sure they cast their ballot tomorrow for the future of our city.

Sheree Lustgarten

November 01, 2010
No matter who wins, all I ask is that every candidate and/or his/her committee PLEASE, PLEASE pick up ALL YOUR CAMPAIGN SIGNS! They are unsightly enough before Election Day, but afterwards they are just horrendous. I also suggest that all candidates make sure that their mailers are printed on RECYCLEABLE paper. I lament all the glossy paper I have had to toss in the trash. And, to add insult to injury, my husband and I both voted by mail days before polling day. Let's be responsible at all levels.

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