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10/3/17 SB Independent
Replay: District 4 Candidate Forum
Candidate Kristen Sneddon and her Opponents Sit Down With the Independent’s Tyler Hayden
8/29/17 Santa Barbara Independent
Meet Your 2017 City Council Candidates:
Eight Hopefuls Are Skirmishing Across Three Districts
The Santa Barbara City Council is in store for a major remodel. In November, residents of districts four, five, and six will choose council representatives and complete the city's historic shift from an at-large to a district election system.
10/5/17 SB Independent
Diving into Santa Barbara's City Council District 4 Election
The Santa Barbara Independent conducted email interviews with each candidate. We covered housing, State Street, the drought, and more. Their full responses are featured here.
10/6/17 Sierra Club Condor Call
Sneddon Endorsed by Sierra Club
Kristen Sneddon carries on the legacy of envronmental leadership in Santa Barbara. At Santa Barbara’s March for
Science rally last April, Kristen heard the call for scientists to get
involved in shaping the future of our community, and was inspired to run.
Capps Breaks Ranks Again, Backs Kristen Sneddon in Santa Barbara Council Race
Former congresswoman joins a parade of current and former Democratic office-holders who are backing Sneddon
“Kristen is exactly the type of strong leader that we need on City Council,” Capps told Noozhawk. “She has been active in local schools – including Starr King, the same pre-school where decades ago I committed my time and energy — and made our community better through meaningful volunteer activities.”
10/19/17 SB Independent
Santa Barbara City Council Endorsements
"Kristen Sneddon, a geologist and instructor at Santa Barbara City College, moved to Santa Barbara with her mom as a teenager. She has served on the boards of the Starr King Parent-Child Workshop and the Peabody School, which as a charter school is its own district — serious proving grounds. At Peabody, she tackled such thorny issues as salaries and pensions. As a scientist, she has a keen grasp of many complicated issues facing the city, most importantly water."