City Candidates Share Views on Listening to the People

City council candidates Patrick Henderson, left, and Victoria Hernandez. (Photo by Pat Blair)
City council candidates Patrick Henderson, left, and Victoria Hernandez. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Candidates for Sheridan's city council were asked this week how they would ensure that they would listen to, and represent, the public.

The question was asked at the second of two candidates' forums at Sheridan's WYO Theater, attended by six of the council candidates.

First to answer was Victoria Hernandez, one of two candidates for a two-year unexpired term on the council.

Also seeking the two-year term is current council incumbent Patrick Henderson. Henderson said he doesn't have an agenda of his own.

Five candidates are seeking a four-year term on the council, and four attended the public forum. Clint Beaver also said he doesn't have a personal agenda.

Next was Aaron Linden.

Jacob Martin said the question was related to issues over the city administrator and fluoridation of city water.

Vixie Miller said one of her promises that she's been campaigning on is to listen to the people.

The fifth candidate for the four-year seat, Erin Hanke, didn't attend the forum.

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City council candidates Clint Beaver, left, and Aaron Linden. (Ph9to by Pat Blair)
City council candidates Clint Beaver, left, and Aaron Linden. (Ph9to by Pat Blair)
City council candidates Jacob Martin, left, and Vixie Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)
City council candidates Jacob Martin, left, and Vixie Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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