From left, Vong Mouanoutoua, the former Clovis Planning Commission chairman, and City Council incumbent Lynne Ashbeck are running for four-year seats on the Clovis City Council. Paul Soares and Drew Bessinger are running for a two-year seat. Aaronjack Perry was not in attendance.
From left, Vong Mouanoutoua, the former Clovis Planning Commission chairman, and City Council incumbent Lynne Ashbeck are running for four-year seats on the Clovis City Council. Paul Soares and Drew Bessinger are running for a two-year seat. Aaronjack Perry was not in attendance. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent
From left, Vong Mouanoutoua, the former Clovis Planning Commission chairman, and City Council incumbent Lynne Ashbeck are running for four-year seats on the Clovis City Council. Paul Soares and Drew Bessinger are running for a two-year seat. Aaronjack Perry was not in attendance. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent

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