By Deb Murphy
Candidates running for office in Inyo and Mono counties may have to set off stink bombs at their events to gain any kind of attention in the face of a Presidential Primary Election, held June 7, that defies description.
In fact, as of the March 11 deadline for candidate filings, there are only two elections, Inyo County Board of Supervisors, District 2 and Mono County District 4 being contested. Candidates for Mammoth Town Council and Mono County’s District 3 have until March 16 to file since incumbents for both those races chose not to run for another term.
Here’s what the ballot will look like:
Superior Court Judge: Dean Stout
Office of Education, Area 2: David Hefner; Area 4: Mary Kemp
Board of Supervisors, District 2: Jeff Griffiths (incumbent) and Russ Aldridge
District 4: Mark Tillemans
District 5: Matt Kingsley
Superior Court Judge: Mark Majit
Board of Supervisors, District 2: Fred Stump
District 4: Tim Fesko (incumbent), John Peters, Bob Tems
District 3: Bob Gardner (additional candidates have until Wednesday to file as incumbent Tim Alpers is not running)
Mammoth Lakes Town Council
Jennifer Burrows, Brent Truax
Incumbents Jo Bacon and Michael Raimondo are not running. According to Jamie Gray, town clerk, Cleland Hoff pulled papers Friday with the intent to file by Wednesday….
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