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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

Town of ParadiseCandidate for City Council

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Steve "Woody" Culleton

5,093 votes (18.8%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Continue to provide the citizens with the highest level of public safety.
  • Provide an environment that will promote economic growth and support the Comercial area sewer project.
  • Restore a full time traffic officer


Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Jody Jones
  • Kory Honea
  • Doug Teeter

Official Statement

Researched by Voter’s Edge
Source: Butte County Clerk-Recorder

Steve “Woody” Culleton
Member, Town Council Town of Paradise
Occupation: Retired Age: 71

It has been an honor to serve this community as your public servant on the Town Council, I will continue with the pledge I made to you in the beginning: that I will study the facts, ask hard questions, tell you the truth and make my decisions based on what’s in the best interests of our community as a whole. My top priorities are: to keep our Town financially stable, reinstate fully staffed Public Safety departments, improve our streets and roads and rebuilding our economy so we can protect this Town we call home. You can count on me to be  available to you and open and honest as I serve you on the council. For me local government is about serving the people and I will strive to keep it that way. Thank you for your continued support and trust.

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