Four are early entrants to Poway City Council election
By Steve Dreyer
The four City Council candidates who in recent months have revealed their plans to run in November took out their official nomination papers this week.
City voters will elect two council members. Councilman Jim Cunningham is running for a second four-year term and took out his papers on Tuesday. Cunningham announced his re-election intentions last October.
Councilwoman Merrilee Boyack is not running for re-election. She has served two terms.
Challengers Steve Vaus and Gary Vineyard took out their papers on Monday, the first day of the official candidate nomination period. Jeff Mangum took out his papers on Tuesday afternoon.
Vaus announced his candidacy on Dec. 12, with Mangum doing the same the following day. Vineyard announced on May 8.
The filing period will close on Aug. 15. The two candidates receiving the most votes in November will fill the two council seats.
Cunningham is a partner in a San Diego labor law practice. Vaus is a business owner and a recording artist. Vineyard owns a pool maintenance company and a barbecue business. Mangum is an attorney and former Poway Unified School District board member.
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