The results are in and the Mono County Supervisor outcomes mean that three new faces will soon be behind the dais.
Supervisor District Two: Fred Stump beat incumbent Hap Hazard with 476 votes versus Hazard’s 389.
Supervisor District Three: Tim Alpers knocked incumbent Vikki Bauer out of her seat with 449 votes versus Bauer’s 216.
Supervisor District Four: Bob Peters received 296 votes while running mates Tim Fesko and Jan Huggans received 272 and 121 votes, respectively. Peters and Fesko will have to head to a runoff since neither received the majority of votes needed to win flat out.
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Mono County Democrats chose Barack Obama; Republicans – Mitt Romney; American Independent – Mad Max Riekse; Green – Jill Stein; Libertarian – Gary Johnson; Peace and Freedom – Ross C. “Rocky” Anderson and Stephen Durham.
UNITED STATES SENATE: If Mono County got to choose, residents would pick Dianne Feinstein. She received 1,009 votes from area voters.
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 8: Jackie Conaway would be Mono County’s choice with 559 votes.
STATE ASSEMBLY MEMBER – DISTRICT 5: Rico Oller received 766 votes from Mono County residents.
PROP 28: Mono County said yes to term limits with 1,618 votes.
PROP 29: Mono County also said yes to additional tax on tobacco users with 1,399 votes.
A total of 2,784 voters participated in the election either by mail or by showing up at the polls. That’s about 50% of all Mono County registered voters.
For additional information visit, http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/departments/elections/elections.html