Trailing are Ray Marquez, Al Matta and Rossana Mitchell. Incumbent Gwenn Norton-Perry is not running for re-election.
At a local polling place Tuesday, a couple residents in this community are more concerned with the presidential election than what is happening in their back yards, according to a 2 a.m. update from the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters.
"I don't know a lot about the local races and state," said Ken Peters, 69, of Chino Hills.
"But I voted democratic when possible because I don't like the hatred that divides the country right now."
Christina Alvarado said right now the presidential election is where her focus is.
"Even though local votes are just as important...," said the 44-year-old. "For me right now I see it as another four years for (President Barack)
Obama is something that he needs in order for him to dow what I believe he can do.
"The last four years have been tough for him to accomplish a better economy and world from the previous eight years."
Even though only two will make it on the City Council this time around, there is still one seat open that will be filled during a special election in March.
Councilman Bill Kruger announced his retirement Sept. 4.
The council does not have the authority to appoint a person to the vacant seat.
Government Code states that a vacant council seat cannot be filled by appointment if it would result in a majority of the council members being appointed.
Council members Bennett and Norton-Perry were appointed in August 2008 because no one else filed papers to run for a council seat.
City officials said even though Norton-Perry is not seeking re-election in the General Election, the appointment would have had to be made within 60 days of the vacancy occurring, which again would result in three members of the council being appointed.
Bennett is the city's current mayor. Councilwoman Gwenn Norton-Perry decided not to seek reelection.
The other candidates have been long time residents, with Mitchell being on the council in the past.
Read the candidate biographies here.