Voting takes place from October 21st through 1oPM on November 3rd.
The winner will be announced by the end of November 3rd and will then take an oath of office on January 2oth of 2o21.
I am the only candidate running for the position of ceremonial mayor of Pioneertown who does not actually live in Pioneertown; I live in Yucca Valley. I have, however, been employed on Mane Street longer than any other candidate and own more land within Pioneertown than any other candidate.
I am running under an independent, mayor-council, type of mayoralty. In this particular case, the “council” will non-formally consist of all Pioneertown residents, property owners, business owners and shop keepers. If elected, I will serve as both an ambassador of Pioneertown to the outside world and as a liaison between the many residents, businesses and organizations within Pioneertown and its neighboring communities.
There are currently more businesses opened, planning to reopen and planning to expand within Pioneertown than at any other time during this century. There are also more residents, more short term rentals, more drones buzzing over private property, there is more guerilla style shooting on Mane Street and there are more county code violations occurring within town than at any other time during the twenty-first century..
Pioneertown is back in the limelight in a very big way and is growing at an exponential rate. I believe that we need to brace ourselves for a wilder ride in 2o21 than we've had in 2o2o. I believe that Pioneertown and its inevitable growth should be directed towards equally benefiting both the residents, business and property owners as well as the many annual visitors and tourists which keep our businesses afloat.
If given the opportunity, I will work as best as I can to see that Pioneertown remains a charming, tourist-attracting, history making, western emphasizing slice-of-American-history type of neighborhood while navigating through both the overdue and the unforeseen the changes to come.
My prime goals are to help bring this community a little closer together while also helping to ensure that the rich western American history and charm here is preserved throughout this town’s inevitable growth and development.
Cody S. Kennedy runs the Pioneertown Corrals. He also works at the General Mercantile and the Pioneertown Film Museum and does a ton of work, everyday, all around Pioneertown. Kennedy lives right off of Mane Street and doesn't tend to ever stray too far from town.
Stop on by the General Mercantile or swing by the Corrals if you would like to meet Cody. Mane Street can attest: Cody S. Kennedy works hard to keep Pioneertown beautiful!
Check out Cody's YouTube Channel: Crazy Cody's Creatures
If you don't know Spanky, then you likely don't spend much time on Mane Street. Spanky lives right in the center of Pioneertown proper, in the old Photo Shop. Residents, shopkeepers and tourists alike are all treated to a friendly smile.
Spanky is not running under the Democratic or Republican party. He, in fact, represents "the party!"
He wears his love for Pioneertown on his sleeve and welcomes everyone with open arms. If you want a mayor with a big heart, who can also play a mean guitar and barbecue like a god, then Spanky is your man.
Some of our other candidates live in Pioneertown, on Mane Street. Harry T. Cactus actually lives in Mane Street. That goes without saying that he is in town more often than any of the other candidates.
Harry T. Cactus is, without a doubt, the most famous man on Mane Street. With Harry T. Cactus Jr. coming in as a close second. It is estimated that Harry's photograph is taken over a thousand times a week.
Harry is the source of many smiles and much laughter in Pioneertown and he is always keeping a watchful eye on Mane Street.