The June Ballot Is Set For Calaveras County

The June Ballot Is Set For Calaveras County 

The June ballot is set in Calaveras County.  The primary ballot was locked in as of 5 p.m. Friday because, like Amador County, all incumbents are running for re-election.    In the race for assessor, Calaveras County voters will have to choose between incumbent Leslie Davis and challenger Tim Muetterties.  Incumbent Calaveras County Sheriff Rick DiBasilio, who was appointed to the position after the death of former Sheriff Gary Kuntz in 2015, will run against challengers Gary Stevens, an investigator for the Amador County District Attorney’s Office, and Patrick Garrahan, a police science instructor who ran against Kuntz in 2014 and lost by 12 percentage points.   The ballot for voters in Calaveras County’s Board of Supervisors District 3 will have incumbent Supervisor Michael C. Oliveira, Ed Langan, a retired businessman, and Merita Callaway, a former District 3 supervisor.   Supervisor candidates who have qualified for the ballot in Calaveras County’s District 5 are incumbent Clyde Clapp, Bruce Giudici, a fiscal officer for the Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency, Benjamin Stopper, a water treatment operator, and Gregory Gustafson, a contractor.   Incumbents in Calaveras County who will be on the ballot without any challengers are District Attorney Barbara Yook, Coroner Kevin J. Raggio, County Clerk-Recorder Rebecca Turner, Auditor-Controller Rebecca Callen, Treasurer-Tax Collector Barbara Sullivan, and Superintendent of Schools Scott Nanik.

Written by KVGC Staff

   

 

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