Tag Archives: Valerie Rose-Campbell

Pereira, Watson to stay; McKinley statue will go away

Pereira, Watson to stay; McKinley statue will go away

  Mad River Union ARCATA – Arcata’s mayor and vice mayor glided to victory Tuesday night, ensuring them four more years on the City Council. Of the three candidates, Sofia Pereira was the most popular, with 2,548 votes. Brett Watson collected 2,113 votes, while Valerie Rose-Campbell took 1,059 votes. “Thank you to the voters of

Union Q&A: City Council Candidate Valerie Rose Campbell

Mad River Union ARCATA – The Union gave all three Arcata City Council candidates some homework – a long list of questions, viewable here. The following are Arcata City Council candidate Valerie Rose-Campbell’s responses to the Mad River Union’s Council Candidate Questionnaire. The responses have not been edited in any way. Any questions the candidate

There are three Arcata City Council candidates for 2018

Mad River Union ARCATA – Of the seven individuals who took out nomination papers for Arcata City Council, four turned them in and three qualified to run. This afternoon, City Clerk Bridget Dory reported that the Humboldt County Office of Elections had found that just 17 of the 23 signatures on aspiring candidate Ryan Dale’s

Four Arcata City Council aspirants turn in candidacy paperwork

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Arcata voters will have at least three choices, and maybe four, for the two open seats on their City Council this November. Incumbents Mayor Sofia Pereira and Brett Watson are defending their seats, with their nomination petitions found sufficient this week. Just 20 valid signatures of registered

Streets and mixers aswarm with Arcata City Council candidates

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – With two four-year Arcata City Council seats available this November and a host of pressing issues at hand, incumbents and outsiders alike are joining the candidate queue. As of Friday morning, some seven possible candidates have taken out nomination papers, though just incumbent Brett Watson has turned

Arcata City Council candidate Valerie Rose-Campbell offers family values

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Valerie Rose-Campbell would bring the perspective of a working mother to the Arcata City Council. A Valley West resident, she’d also be that rare councilmember from far north Arcata, where she resides her husband Dalin and their four children. Rose-Campbell, 24, has lived in Arcata 16 years.

Council hopefuls explain positions

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Four of the five candidates for the three open seats on the Arcata City Council participated in a debate sponsored by the Mad River Union, Lost Coast Outpost and KHUM radio last week at Arcata City Hall. Incumbent Councilmembers Michael Winkler, Susan Ornelas and Paul Pitino, plus