Anyone interested in running for Loma Linda City Council must pull nomination papers from the city clerk, Pamela Byrnes-O’Camb.
Only the city clerk can issue candidate papers.
If an incumbent does not file before March 13, the deadline will be extended by a day, but incumbents are not allowed to file during that extended time, according to a staff report.
If only incumbents file by the deadline, has the option to cancel the election.
Candidates must file statements of economic interest when they submit their paperwork. Incumbents who have submitted an annual statement within 60 days of their nomination do not have to file the statement. Candidate statements for the ballot and sample ballot and a ballot designation worksheet must also be submitted with the paperwork.
Candidate statements are open for the public to review after the filing deadline has passed. Statements may be withdrawn, but not changed until after the filing date.
Anyone interested in running may call (909) 799-2800 or visit the Civic Center, 25541 Barton Road.