Many familiar faces will be seeking reelection to city offices, including Mayor Ellen Polimeni.
But a few new faces are planning to run in the November general election.
At a packed breakfast gathering at the Canandaigua American Legion Saturday, the Canandaigua Democratic Committee announced its slate of candidates for the 2017 election.
Along with incumbents, the slate includes a few newcomers. Stephen Uebbing, former Canandaigua City School District superintendent, is running for an At Large seat on City Council. Academy Place resident Renee Sutton is running for Ward 4, and Laura Kenyon of Granger Street is a possible candidate for Ward 1.
For city supervisor, a position that represents the city on the Ontario County Board of Supervisors, James Irwin of Gorham Street threw his hat in the ring to represent Wards 3 and 4.
Town resident Linda Dworaczyk announced she is running for Canandaigua Town Board. Dworaczyk was appointed to the board earlier this year whenr a shuffle started after former Canandaigua Town Supervisor Pam Helming won election in November to state Senate. Dworaczyk said she has also been also endorsed by Canandaigua Republicans for the seat.