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Mammoth, Mono voters go to the polls

June 3, 2014

Ian Birrell, left, a native of Scotland and a naturalized U.S. citizen as of last February, along with his wife, Lindsay Barksdale, brought their son, 11-month-old Julian, to the polls on Tuesday, June 3. It was Birrell's very first U.S. election, as it was for young Julian, who was born last summer on the Fourth of July. Photo/George Shirk

Mammoth and Mono County voters went to the polls on Tuesday, June 3, under sunny skies and warm temperatures.

It was impossible to gauge voter turnout, said poll worker Jay Dienken.

“It’s quiet now,” he said at the Community Center polling station on Forest Trail, “but they come in waves.”

As he spoke, Town Council candidate John Wentworth rode up on his mountain bike to vote, while Mammoth District Ranger Jon Regelbrugge of the U.S. Forest Service was in a voting booth nearby.

Mammoth resident Lisa Isaacs followed, along with a string of voters behind her.

The polls close at 8 p.m., with absentee returns to be made public shortly thereafter, and full count for Mammoth and Mono County about 10:30 p.m., according to Lynda Roberts, the county registrar of voters.

The stakes were big.

Three of eight non-incumbent candidates will be elected to fill three open seats on the Town Council. Two seats for the Board of Supervisors were on the line, as well, along with the Mono County Sheriff. Also at at stake was the Mono County Assessor. 

Full coverage of the election will appear in the Thursday, June 5, edition of the Mammoth Times, while updated, ongoing coverage will appear on the Times' website and Facebook pages. To follow the Mammoth Times on Twitter, the newspaper's tweets are under MamTimes.

For a full packet of election coverage, please see The (Ongoing) Election Handbook, which includes opinion pieces and the Mammoth Times endorsements

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