Special Coverage: Argus-Courier Endorsements
Yes on I for Shoreline schools
Living in the bucolic hills west of Petaluma is both a blessing and a curse. On scorching summer days, when Petaluma and the rest of Sonoma County are baking under oppressive heat, Tomales is typically 20 degrees cooler, thanks to the breezy ocean air.B
Hospital’s future up to new board
Unlike most years, residents in the Petaluma Health Care District actually have a choice for board member this November.
Yes on M for our local parks
Great news for outdoor enthusiasts in the Petaluma area: Tolay Lake Regional Park is finally set to open on Oct.
Preserve Petaluma City Council balance of power
Voters should elect Teresa Barrett as mayor and Dave King, Michael Regan and Kevin McDonnell to the council.
Yes on W for Rancho Adobe Fire
During the October 2017 firestorm in Sonoma County, residents of Penngrove and Petaluma were spared from the devastation wrought on our neighbors in Sonoma and Santa Rosa.
Keep the incumbents on the Old Adobe School Board
Good relationships with teachers, administrators and parents
For Petaluma schools, change and continuity
With three open seats, voters should choose incumbents Mike Baddeley and Sheri Chlebowski and newcomer Caitlin Quinn from among the seven highly qualified candidates.
Yes on Old Adobe’s Measure L
Residents in the Old Adobe Union School District of east Petaluma have a choice of where to send their children to school.
Huffman, Levine in November
The November election is full of important races locally, statewide and nationally. In Petaluma, all of the action is down-ballot, where a competent group of seven city council candidates and a competitive three-way mayoral race will be exciting to follow through the fall.O