The Malibu Times has spent the last month interviewing all eight men vying for three open Malibu City Council seats. Get to know each candidate by reading his full Q&A below.

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Mark Wetton, a Pepperdine alumnus, is running on a platform of environmental stewardship. With experience on the parks and recreation commissi…

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Rick Mullen is a Malibu fire captain, retired Marine and current city council member running for re-election. He has been a Malibu resident si…

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Attorney Bruce Lee Silverstein has been a Malibu resident for nine years and said he previously had no interest in becoming involved in city p…

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Lance Simmens is campaigning for Malibu City Council after a long career in public service, mostly based in Washington, DC. He has become acti…

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Steve Uhring is a planning commissioner who has lived in Malibu since the mid-1990s. Prior to that, he worked as a business executive.

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Andy Lyon is a Realtor, activist and lifelong Malibu resident. He previously ran for council in 2012, to oppose the Malibu Lagoon restoration …

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Paul Grisanti is a Realtor who has lived in Malibu since 1978. For the past 16 years, Grisanti has also served as a public works commissioner.

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Doug Stewart is a businessman who has lived in Malibu for over 20 years. He currently serves as a public safety commissioner.

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