From an early age, Juan Miguel Munoz Morris saw firsthand the value of being civic-minded and helping others. His grandfather fought in World War Two and the Korean War, his grandmother was a social worker and his father was actively involved in local politics in Spain, as the country transitioned from a dictatorship to a democracy in the mid-1970s.
An election volunteer’s error at a Morgan Hill voting center over the weekend resulted in some voters receiving the wrong ballots, but authorities say the issue was quickly resolved.
Proponents have begun collecting signatures for an initiative that would prohibit new fulfillment and modern-day distribution centers in the city limits of Morgan Hill, and require more intensive regulatory review of all large-scale development proposals.
Ivan Rosales Montes’ desire to pursue and advance his career in education has been shaped by his lifetime as a student, going back to his early childhood. Now he wants to apply those experiences and qualifications to leading the Morgan Hill Unified School District if he wins the Nov. 3 election for Area 5 Trustee.
Morgan Hill Unified School District Trustee Area 5 has had a tumultuous history since the board of education was forced to create districts several years ago. That’s why candidate Pamela Torrisi thinks it is important to note that she will complete at least a full four-year term if she is elected Nov. 3.
The final list of candidates is in for the Nov. 3 election for mayor, two city council seats, city treasurer and three trustees’ seats on the Morgan Hill Unified School District.
Julie Raia is running for Morgan Hill City Council District A in order to bring “some fresh perspective” to the city’s government.
Although Rene Spring thinks the top priority—perhaps for some time—going into the next Morgan Hill City Council term will be the Covid-19 pandemic, the District C incumbent still has some long-term goals if he wins re-election to his second term.
With only a single candidate qualifying for each of Morgan Hill’s mayor and city treasurer races on the Nov. 3 ballot, the city council this week will consider appointing Rich Constantine and Caitlin Robinett Jachimowicz, respectively, to the posts.