Candidates for Cupertino Council to meet – virtually – again Monday

Ballots are in voters hands across the region, being returned via USPS or drop boxes every day.

The five candidates for Cupertino City Council know that days are limited to turn new voters their way. Following the upcoming Chamber of Commerce debate on Friday, candidates will meet again – virtually – Monday evening.

Hosted by the League of Women Voters of Cupertino-Sunnyvale, the forum runs from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, October 12.

The League hosted the candidates’ first forum, in mid-September, featuring discussion of housing, schools, COVID relief and more.

All five candidates are expected to attend Monday’s forum. The five candidates running will appear on one ballot in November. Voters will select their two top choices. The two candidates receiving the most votes will join the five-member council later this year.

Candidates include incumbent-Mayor Steven Scharf, Planning Commission Chair Kitty Moore, Attorney and Community Advocate J.R. Fruen, retired-CUSD trustee Hung Wei, and head of Taiwan West Today USA Charlene Lee.

To submit questions in advance of Monday’s forum, click here. To register for the event, click here.