Game On!

As of 5:00 pm today, the nomination period for Fullerton city council is now closed. There was one addition to the four year race and and one disqualification for the two year seat.

Those helmets might come in handy.

As of 5:00 pm, the nomination period for the 2 year city council seat has closed, with the following candidates filing papers to enter the race:

Name Occupation Registration Age
Bruce Whitaker
1918 W. Baker
Fullerton, CA 92833
Planning Commissioner R 55
Aaron Gregg
2840 Altivo Pl.
Fullerton, CA 92835
Small Businessman R 57
Anthony “Tony” Fonte
2252 Cheyenne Way
Fullerton, CA 92833
Local Attorney R 78
Roland Chi
3156 Highlander Rd.
Fullerton, CA 92833
Businessman/Non Profit Director R 31
Madusha Palliyage
Nomination papers did not qualify with 20 signatures
Inventor/Entrepreneur DTS 42

Because incumbent Pam Keller did not file, the nomination period for the two 4-year seats has been extended to next Wednesday. The following have filed papers for the four year seats:

Name Occupation Registration Age
Don Bankhead
1231 W. Valencia Mesa
Fullerton, CA 92833
Council Member/Mayor R 78
Gregory Sebourn
1824 Rosalia Dr.
Fullerton, CA 92835
Land Surveyor/ Educator R 37
Doug Chaffee
315 Marion Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92835
Attorney D 67
Patrick McKinley
2722 Ashwood Circle
Fullerton, CA 92835
Retired Chief of Police R 69
Barry Levinson
609 Lake Terrace
Fullerton, CA 92835
Financial Consultant/Auditor R 58
Jesse Latour
114 W. Wilshire #A
Fullerton, CA 92832
Educator/Art Gallery Owner D 31
William Martin Burbank
3074 Primrose Lane
Fullerton, CA 92833
Family Business Attorney R 46
Johnnie Atkinson
1500 W. Valencia Dr.
Fullerton, CA 92833
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31 Replies to “Game On!”

  1. Will FFFF be creating profiles of each candidate including community involvement, previous political activity, and whether or not they eat babies?

  2. McKinnley is only 69? Doesn’t look a day over eighty.

    Imagine: Mckinnley, Bankhead, Heehaw on the same council. Three antiquated government pensioneers born before WW II, the big one.

    Aw, mama, can this really be the end?

    1. Good point. Jones and Bankhead appear to be border line delusional. Apparently nobody is willing to tell them to step down – for their own good.

      Lots of acquaintances. No friends.

  3. Two cops and four lawyers. That’s two groups who I’d like to have LESS influence over our grovernment. Haven’t they done enough already?

  4. The OC Register reported that John Noskey the electrician is running for the four year seat, although that was not on the list that the city clerk gave me after close of business on Friday.

  5. lets see, you have a retired cop public employee lover, a i cant win for the third time, a i make commericals for fun, a tree hugger, and some one who does not have a college degree. so we are screwed either way.

  6. Question: How long has Roland Chi lived in Fullerton?

    Answer: 2.5 years

    Q.: Where does Chi Live?

    A.: In a gated community (Hawks Point) that’s in the most remote part of Fullerton that’s more like La Mirada. In fact there are no Fullerton streets will take you to Chi’s gated community.

    Q.: What does Chi know about Fullerton?

    A: Good question.

    1. Houdini, W

      Q.: Where does Chi Live?
      A.: In a gated community (Hawks Point) that’s in the most remote part of Fullerton that’s more like La Mirada.

      Correction; as much as I hate words with an unnecessary “e” on the end; Hawks “Point” is with an “e”, “Pointe”.

  7. Why all the hate for Chi? He seems to be a business-minded guy with an interest in community. So what if he’s new to the area? You don’t have to have lived here 30 years to know there’s room for improvement. BTW-Some quick searching popped up his involvement in bringing a new business to an area of town in need of such:
    which I can totally get behind.

  8. help, FFFF, where is your insight and guidance on fullerton’s future? where are the bloggers who research the candidates? Please, must \i rely on the fullerton Observer to find the info?

  9. @Bad Chi: I was just saying he’s doing business in town, and I think thats good. Of course, it’s from my selfish sure-would-be-nice-to-NOT-have-an-empty-Ralphs-here-next-year viewpoint. The minor permit shovels 10k into city coffers–that’s good, right?
    I guess I’m asking “Why is Chi being viewed so skeptically from the outset?”

    1. That 10k went to pay a planner for a few hours work.

      All Roland Chi did was submit an application for somebody, right?

      I view him skeptically ’cause he’s lived in our city for less than 30 months. Just looking for a jump start to a political career? How about actually contributing something to the community first? Not a legal prerequisite, but really a good sign from a candidate, in my view. Otherwise ambition seems to outweigh anything else – like real accomplishment.

  10. Skeptical is good–I’m ready to consider just about anyone for the job as long as it’s not the careerists like Bankhead or McKinley. To my mind, they’ve had their chance. I’m looking forward to learning more about all the candidates, and what they have to offer.

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