Election day is Tuesday, November 6 and voters will head to the polls to decide on a number of positions. Locally, in the city of Port Huron three seats for city council need to be filled and there are eight candidates in the running. Anita Ashford, Lisa Beedon, Jon Hardman, Teri Lamb, Bob Mosurak, Arthur Payne, Marissa Williams and Jeff Pemberton. Pemberton says he is running for City Council, because he loves the city of Port Huron. He feels he has the ability to serve and make a difference, that he has the qualities needed for a councilman. He says his experience in budget management and problem solving, managing a million dollar budget as well as marketing and communication experience are things he brings to the table. Key issues that need to be looked at in the city, he feels include unfunded liabilities, the opioid epidemic and the aging infrastructure. Pemberton is looking to partner with the current council to accomplish on the goals they have already set.