County races under way for June vote
The June 2 primary election in Nevada County will determine the fate of several incumbents and bring a few new faces to county government.
The county assessor’s seat is open, with attorney Michael Lasich, businessman Todd Juvinall, appraiser Dale Flippin and assessor’s system administrator Art Green all contending.
Also open is the Placer County Superintendent of Schools position. Running for that seat are Deputy County Superintendent Alfred “Bud” Nobili, attorney Toby Richardson and education consultant Leo D. Sandoval.
Four candidates will vie for the seat of County Clerk/Recorder Bruce Bolinger, who announced his retirement this year. News director
Loraine Jewett-Burdick, deputy elections clerk Deni Dax, finance executive Steave Evans and office manager Barbara Ann Hunyada have announced candidacy.
Incumbent Michael Ferguson will be challenged by attorney James E. Dremann for the district attorney’s position.
Incumbent Nevada County Sheriff Troy Arbaugh will face off against challenger Keith Royal, who is a sheriff’s administrative lieutenant.
Unchallenged so far is incumbent E. Christina Dabis in the tax collector/treasurer position.
In the third district county supervisor’s race, attorney Bruce H. Conklin, Grass Valley Councilman Gerard M. Tassone and County Supervisor Fran Grattan have all announced bids.
In the fourth district county supervisor’s election, businesswoman Nancy Keil and attorney Jeff Ingram will challenge incumbent Rene W. Antonson.
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