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City Election Results Now In


Paso Robles announces their representatives for the City Council and City Treasurer

As Election day approached on Nov. 3 , the 23 Voter Service Systems located around Paso Robles were open for in-person voting and ballot drop off. The voting stations in the county had been open from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. The ballot included the City Treasurer and new members to the city council from Districts 3 and 4. 

To run for local office, candidates must be registered to vote as well as be a Paso Robles resident for at least 30 days.



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Ryan Cornell earned city treasurer after time in local government and schools.

After the polls closed, Ryan Cornell emerged victorious among his running mates and earned the position of City Treasurer. In his candidate statement Cornell included that he has been a San Luis Obispo County resident for 30 years and has had many jobs involving the specialties of local government , school districts and community services.

“I have over 15 years of experience related to the financial activities and aspects of local government.” Cornell said.

Cornell then stated that he has the skills and experience to ensure a financially stable City and is willing to understand the challenges. He also wants to expand his role to ensure accuracy, compliance and transparency with all of the city funds.




Meet the Officers: Steve Gregory wants to help housing and roads.

The first officer who was elected for City council was Steve Gregory.  Gregory has lived in Paso for 40 years and has been on the City council before for 11 years. 

”We love our life here. As a 40- year resident of Paso Robles , I raised my children here , run a business here , and made many friendships here.” Gregory said.

Gregory’s goal during his office is to focus on city action and make it better. He also plans to focus on the physical needs of the city and its residents.

“My priorities are to focus on public safety and maintain our finances in a fiscally responsible manner. I will focus on our housing shortage , and keep improving our road system.”



[divider]CITY COUNCIL: JACOB ALLRED[/divider]

Jacob Allred said he intends to improve affordability of living in Paso.

The next officer that was elected for City Council was Jacob Allred. Allred plans to better the financial portions of Paso Robles and make it an affordable place to live.

“I want our city to thrive , all while maintaining our small town charm that makes Paso Robles so iconic.¨ Allred said

Allred wants to also make sure that the community is protected and financially stable .

“I will listen to your needs , advocate on your behalf , and represent you for the next four years as I serve on the Paso Robles City council with humility and gratitude.¨ Allred said.

The three candidates remain optimistic that they will uphold the interests of Paso Residents and serve their community to the fullest.

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