On November 3rd, the residents of Brisbane will elect three city council members for a term of four years each. The candidates for office are:
Votes may be cast at any vote center in the county and voting in-person can be done early (not just on Nov. 3rd). Alternatively, voters can also mail in their ballots. In-person voting in Brisbane may be done at City Hall, (50 Park Place) beginning October 31st. Hours of the vote center before election day will be 9am-5pm and on election day (Nov. 3rd) hours will be 7am-8pm. Voters may also place ballots in the Ballot Drop Box located just outside city hall, beginning the first week of October.
The Chamber will include each candidate’s statement in next month’s Luminary. In addition, the Chamber is actively coordinating with The League of Women Voters and the City of Brisbane to arrange a virtual Candidates Night, date still to be determined. The public may submit questions in advance for the candidates to respond to. Additionally, the candidates will prepare an opening and closing statement so voters can gain a sense of each candidate’s qualifications, stance on city issues, and vision for the future. To stay updated about Candidates Night and receive instructions on how to submit questions, please sign up for the Chamber’s email newsletters on our website. The Brisbane Chamber of Commerce is a non-political organization, meaning we don’t advocate for or endorse candidates. Instead, we seek to provide our members and the community at large with the information they need to make informed decisions.