Alhambra’s District 1 and District 5 have lively contests in the November 8, 2022 election.
By News Desk
The information was taken from the candidates’ “Declaration of Intention” that they filed with the City Clerk at Alhambra City Hall. All are Alhambra residents and live in their respective districts. If a candidate did not qualify, their name is not listed here.
– Ari Gutierrez Arambula – Advertising Sales Director
Arambula has been on Alhambra’s City Design Review Board and Arts Commission and has served on LA County District Attorney LGBTQ Advisory Board.
- Website: ariforalhambra.com
– Katherine Lee – Incumbent
Lee, not currently employed, has been the city councilmember of District 1 for the last 3.5 years.
– Stephen Sham – Small Business Owner
Sham, employed by Plaza Printing on Valley Blvd., was city councilmember of District 1 for 12 years.
– Ross J. Maza – Incumbent (Unopposed)
Maza, self-employed at H.M.E Realtors on Main Street, has been city councilmember of District 2 for the last 3.5 years.
– Adele Andrade Stadler – Incumbent
Andrade Stadler, retired, has been the city councilmember of District 5 for the last 3.5 years, and has served 6 years as the Chair of the L.A. County Department of Social Services.
- Website: adele4alhambra.com
– Jeffrey T. Gomez – Journalist
Gomez, a journalist with Snob Magazine, has not held public office in the past.
- Website: savealhambra.com
Voters have the right to write-in their own candidate if they’re not happy with any of the current candidates running in their district. The election will be held November 8, 2022
If a website is not listed for a candidate, it is because it was not available at the time of publication.
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