Inyo and Mono offices up for election

inyo_courthouse1.jpgAn Important Message for Inyo County Voters  (Press Release)

Kammi Foote, Inyo County Clerk, reminds voters that there are several offices up for election at the June 3, 2014 Primary Election:

Supervisor Districts 1 & 3

All Inyo County Elected Offices

Inyo County Board of Education – Trustee Areas 1, 2, 3 & 5

Superior Court Judge

Persons interested in running for one of these positions may pick up paperwork to circulate and file their petitions for signatures in lieu of filings fees beginning on December 27, 2013. Declaration of Candidacy forms and Nomination papers can be filed beginning on February 10, 2014.  The last day to file for one of these offices is March 7, 2014.

For further information about running for office in Inyo County you can view the Candidate’s Guide for the June 3, 2014 Primary Election on the Inyo County Clerk/Recorder’s Website at

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Election’s Department at 760-878-0224.

MONO COUNTY – June ballot candidates can begin collecting signatures

Candidates interested in appearing on the June 3, 2014, Primary Election ballot can now pick up signature-in-lieu petitions. Collecting signatures in lieu is a way of offsetting some or all of the monocourthouse2008required filing fee.

Local offices in the Primary Election include Assessor, District Attorney, Sheriff/Coroner, Superintendent of Schools, Supervisor of District 1, and Supervisor of District 5. Potential candidates for these offices can obtain forms at the Mono County Election Office, 74 School Street, Annex I, in Bridgeport; or make arrangements with Lynda Roberts, Registrar of Voters, to pick up forms in Mammoth Lakes. For more information, call the Elections Office at (760) 932-5537.

Potential candidates for Town Council, Town of Mammoth Lakes, should contact Town Clerk, Jamie Gray, at (760) 934-8989, ext. 267.
Lynda Roberts, Registrar of Voters




2 Responses to Inyo and Mono offices up for election

  1. Big Rick OBrien December 30, 2013 at 7:28 pm #

    Mr. Doug Northington, GET THAT PAPERWORK ROLLING ! The sooner, the better.

  2. Philip Anaya December 31, 2013 at 7:23 pm #

    There are many issues that the Board of Supervisors deal with, but none as important as the relationship between the LADWP and Inyo County . I am looking forward to vote once again for my current representative to the Board, Mr. Pucci, but he and I both know that the actions of this current Board with respect to issues such as the DWP’s Solar Owens Valley Solar Ranch Project will be a de facto referendum of that project as we vote for the 2 Board Vacancies. The Board of Supervisors in this next year will be facing difficult challenges and I hope that candidates step forward and there is a vigorous debate and that we can elect folks with the ability and fortitude to adequately represent Inyo County / Owens Valley interests.


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