Update 11 p.m. Magit continues to lead the judges’ race with 2,186 votes versus Gephart’s 1,895.
Bob Tems has jumped ahead of John Peters in the ESUSD race.
Update 10:51 p.m. Mark Magit has jumped ahead in the race for Superior Court Judge with 945 votes versus Gephart’s 832. Proposition 19 now has 1,120 yes votes over 770 no votes.
Brent Peterson and Richard Good are leading the race for Mammoth Lakes Fire Commissioner and Jack Copeland and Dennis Crunk are in the lead for the Southern Mono Healthcare District seats.
The race for governor has narrowed in Mono County as Meg Whitman’s lead over Jerry Brown has diminished to under 30 votes.
10 p.m. According to Shannon Kendall at the Mono County Elections office, votes from polls throughout the county have all been delivered to the Mono County offices and are slowly but surely being counted.
Preliminary results from what was collected at the polls in June Lake, Bridgeport, and Antelope Valley show that Randy Gephart is currently in the lead for Mono County Superior Court Judge with 284 votes versus Mark Magit’s 264 votes.
Matthew Baumann and John Peters are leading the race for Eastern Sierra Unified School Board seats and Tim Hansen is ahead of Tim Fesko by 20 votes in the race for District 4 Supervisor.
In the popular Propositions, 19 has a tight margin in Mono County with 285 no votes and 281 yes votes. It doesn’t look good so far for Proposition 21, with 398 no votes in the hopper versus 154 yes votes.
Howard Buck McKeon seems to be holding tight to the US Representative race with 386 votes versus Jackie Conaway’s 160, while Ted Gaines is leading the State Senator race with 227 votes.
In the race for Governor, Meg Whitman is in the lead by a large margin, at least in Mono County, with 349 votes versus Jerry Brown’s 178.
There are no results in yet for the Mammoth Lakes Fire Commission or the Southern Mono Healthcare District Board seats since those ballots are just beginning to be counted.
These results are extremely preliminary and do not include absentee ballots or any other towns throughout the county. Stay tuned for more as the results pour in.