Editorial: Vandalism aimed at Chico council candidate repugnant
Chico Enterprise Record, Sept 20th
For several decades, Chico politics has been hyperbolically referred to as a blood sport. All of a sudden, it doesn’t seem like such an exaggeration. It’s time for the political animals out there to get back on their leash. It’s fine to disagree. That’s what a democracy is all about. It’s healthy when done respectfully. Lately, though, things have gone in an unacceptable direction…Click here to read more

Chico City Council candidates make their case in forum
Chico Enterprise Record, Sept 17th
About 150 residents turned out Monday night to hear eight candidates for the Chico City Council say why they should be among the three elected in November. Candidates Alex Brown, Andrew Coolidge, Matt Gallaway, Scott Huber, Rich Ober, Ken Rensink, Kasey Reynolds and Jon Scott attended the forum put on by the League of Women Voters and the Chico State University Office of Civic Engagement in the Harlen Adams Theatre on campus…Click here to read more

Chico police investigate vandalism directed at candidate and police
KRCR, Sept 17th
Chico police are investigating a case of political vandalism against Chico city council candidate, Kasey Reynolds. “We have to be able to have free debate, and we have to do that in a way that’s safe and not have people being intimidated,” said Chico Police Chief, Mike O’Brien…Click here to read more

Shubert’s vandalized over the weekend, council candidate’s family threatened
Chico Enterprise Record, Sept 16th
Before heading out to campaign door-to-door on Saturday, Chico City Council candidate Kasey Reynolds routinely stopped by Shubert’s Ice Cream and Candy at 9:30 a.m. to get the day started for her employees. When she walked up to her business, Reynolds said she found the sidewalk in front of her store had been tagged with red spray paint…Click here to read more

First forum introduces Chico council candidates
Chico Enterprise Record, Sept 6th
In the first of the fall campaign forums, the eight candidates for Chico City Council unveiled their views Wednesday on housing, homelessness and Bidwell Park improvements. Running for three seats are Alex Brown, Matt Gallaway, Scott Huber, Rich Ober, Ken Rensink, Kasey Reynolds, Jon Scott and incumbent Andrew Coolidge…Click here to read more

Fillmer passes on reelection bid, endorses Chico business owner
KRCR, January 25th
Chico’s vice mayor, Reanette Fillmer, will not run for re-election to the city council.Fillmer served one 4-year term but said she will focus on her career, having accepted a position as the Senior Vice President for Golden State Farm Credit…Click here to read more