The June 5th Primary Ballot Is Set

The June 5th Primary Ballot Is Set 

The June 5th primary ballot is set. Friday was the deadline in Amador County for candidates to file papers in order to run for office and only 5 out of 12 races will be contested. According to Amador Registrar of Voters Kim Grady, in the race for District 3 Supervisor, incumbent Lynn Morgan will face Jeff Brown, in the race for District 5 Supervisor incumbent Brain Oneto will face off against Andrea Macon, in the race for County Superintendent of Schools incumbent Amy Slavensky will square off against Robert Russell, in the race for Lockwood Fire Protection District Lois “Cookie” Stevens will face Jolene Mittel-Stadt and finally in the race for Superior Court Judge Office #2 Renee Day will run against challenger Robert Schell. The County Assessor…Auditor…Clerk/Recorder…District Attorney…Sheriff-Coroner…Superior Court Judge Office #1 and Treasurer-Tax Collector all run unopposed. The next important date in the election cycle will be May 7th; the first day vote by mail ballots can be mailed out. Grady also says her department is looking for poll workers. For more information visit the county website or call the elections department.

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