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Meet the candidates for Twin Falls City Council

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City Manager Travis Rothweiler speaks to the city council during a December 2019 meeting at City Hall in Twin Falls.

TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho will host a Twin Falls City Council candidate meet-and-greet on Thursday.

The event will be from noon to 1:30 pm in the Student Union Building. This event is not a forum or a debate. The event is structured to allow attendees to meet and have small group conversations with the candidates.

The following candidates have said they will attend:

Seat 1: Tara Rueda, Jason Brown, Craig M Kelley, Patrick Patterson and James Piersol

Seat 5: Spencer Cutler, Mike Allred, Liyah Babayan and Hannah J Cameron

Seat 6: Christopher Reid

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2. Sample ballots are available at Voters should note that uncontested seats will not appear on the ballot.

Early voting begins on Monday at Twin Falls County West (630 Addison Ave. W., First Floor) and runs Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. until Friday, Oct. 29.

For more information on the event, contact Associate Professor of political science Perri Gardner at

What's on ballots for the Nov. 2 election in south-central Idaho?

The Nov. 2 election is right around the corner. See everyone running in every south-central Idaho county. Under a recent state law change, all elections where only person filed to run and no write-in candidates filed to run are automatically canceled and will not appear on ballots. The person who filed will automatically be declared the winner without public notice.

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