Archive - Nov 3, 2010 - News Article
In a terrific turnout, 70.71 percent of Mono County voters showed up at the polls today. That means that the final vote can be used as a pretty accurate mirror of sentiment, even though we disagree, in some cases, with the rest of California.
Superior Court Judge
Mark Magit will be Mono Countyâ€™s new Superior Court Judge, after taking home 53.6 percent of the vote, compared to Randy Gephartâ€™s 46.4 percent.
June Lake, Bridgeport and Antelope Valley voters, minus absentee and vote-by-mail ballots, have soundly rejected Eastern Sierra Unified School District incumbents in favor of challengers John Peters and Matthew Baumann, but with Lee Vining precinct still uncounted, the final results are still pending.
Candidate Randy Gephart for Superior Court Judge and candidate Tim Hansen for District 4 County Supervisor are narrowly ahead, but again most precincts are still uncounted.
Antelope Valley, June Lake and Bridgeport ballots are all in Bridgeport, with a count expected at 9:45 p.m.
The rest of the ballots are on their way to Bridgeport, over the river and through the woods, trickling in from all across the county.
A final count might be available at around 11 p.m., according to county officials.
You can keep an eye on the county website where the results will be posted as soon as they are counted. Go to:http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/departments/elections/elections.html