Campaigning underway for town elective posts as election draws closer
The triangle median separating the Stogner Shopping Center from Beulah Avenue, directly across from City Hall, is in bloom this spring with a plant of a different variety. The soil has suddenly sprouted political campaign signs, all planted by candidates hoping to sway voters prior to voting on election day this Tuesday, April 6. Rather than the usual spring colors, these short-lived “flowers” take a more patriotic scheme of red, white and blue, sprinkled with black for easy readability. For those voting Tuesday, the polling place is the board room at City Hall where, for the first time in history, municipal voters will be voting by electronic ballot. Tuesday polling hours are 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Voters who meet the requirements to vote an absentee ballot may vote at the city clerk’s office at City Hall between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays or from 8 a.m.-12 noon this Saturday.