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2A Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 Feather River Bulletin | Debra Moore political process. I believe concerned citizens and businesses including a Staff Writer this District 5 election will community leaders that consulting firm and event set our County's course for want and expect a new promotion company, and I the next six plus years direction for Plumas hold an' AA, Bachelors and The race for Plumas depending on who is elected. County. Master's degree. County District 5 supervisor I believe we need to We all live in Plumas I became a write-in began with three candidates change our course with new County for a reason. We love candidate because I listened earlier this year, and three thinking, resolve, the outdoors and climate! carefully to the two other still remain as the final days leadership and an The fact that we see our candidates and I listened to of the election period wane. individual with the neighbors and friends daily, voters who were asking for Three names were experience having already gives us our unique quality more.., a reasonable voice featured on the June navigated through those of life. What's missing and with wide-ranging primary ballot: Jeff Engel, challenges. I believe I'm that so badly needed is a strong experience. I provide the Jim Judd and Jon Kennedy. individual who better and diverse economy. It's ability to negotiate only after But then Kennedy understands the negative frustrating, I know and I having gathered all the facts. announced that he is impacts of urban and city hear you! Voters have embraced my relocating and wouldn't be thinking, "that one size fits This election you must message, as indicated by a campaigning, and Alice all" mentality that simply ask, who is the candidate groundswell of support - Berg entered the race as an does not work for us, yet that has the strength, the they also know that a official write-in candidate, forced upon us. right leadership with the write-in candidate can win. Engel was the top vote I'm the only candidate most experience that can If my message resonates earner in the primary, but who has a broader propel our future into an with you, if we share a didn't acquire the 50 percent perspective on the ways to economic force we all can common vision for the plus one required to clinch a solve these impacts because invest in? betterment of our local win. He and Judd, who came of my background on where economy and for our in second, were headed to a I came from as well as my 30 Alice Berg County, if you find within November runoff, but Berg plus years in business. During this election me the voice, your voice, again entered as write-in I'm the only candidate campaign for 5th District that you want on the board, candidate. This time the top having the experience to Supervisor, citizens have then I need your vote. vote earner will be declared work with multiple learned of my qualifications, I've come this far on my District 5 supervisor and department managers and my commitment tO Plumas own, in my education, will succeed Kennedy in administrators. County and the 5th District career and policies, my January. I'm the only candidate and how my experience and objectives and this election The candidates were that has discussed cost judgment will contribute to campaign; now I ask for invited to offer some closing benefit analogies as well as the Board of Supervisors. your help, your vote. remarks for their increasing revenue streams The fact that I am a 3rd campaigns. Following are increases. My generation native and have Jeff Engel their unedited comments, ability to exploit the career and educational I would like to take this opportunities while creating background to effectively opportunity to thank all of Jim Judd new opportunities as I have represent our District has the friends, volunteers and With Nov. 4th less than a done in my own company, resonated with the voters, supporters for their help in week off, I appreciate this gives me the experience to My background includes making this campaign such opportunity to share some do the same for Plumas over 15 years of Natural a success. We've all been last minute thoughts for County like I have done with Resource management above board in keeping an those voters who have yet to Rec & Tech or holding experience, public service honest and truthful cast their votes, and for business summits, and board governance presentation of our facts. those that have, thank you I'm proud of the fact that experience, start-up and I'd also like to thank Joe for being a part of our our campaign is made up of operation of small Kennedy for his helpfulness answering questions and :ers IIs A host of state and local races are set to be decided Debra Moore Staff Writer With less than a week to go before the Nov. 4 election, County Clerk Kathy Williams is encouraging voters to return their vote-by-mail ballots so that they can be counted. There are 11,775 registered voters for this election, with 8,278 mail ballots. As of late last week, only 1,811 have been returned. "The single most important message I can share is to get those ballots in before it's too late for them to be counted," Williams said. "Postmarks do not count and the ballots must be in our office by Election Day to be counted." She also encourages people to pay attention to the return envelope and supply the information requested. Williams said voters may also drop their ballots off in the secure box located just outside the east entrance of the courthouse. "People have really taken advantage of thfs opportunity since they don't have to go through security," Williams said of the guards and metal Supervisor District 5 (Mohawk Valley and East Quincy) Jim Judd Jeff Engel (Alice Berg is an official write-in candidate, but her name will not appear on the ballot. Voters will need to fill in the bubble next to the write-in space and then write her name. The correct spelling of her name will be available at the polls, but does not need to be exact to count, as long as the intent is clear.) Feather River College trustee No. 2 (Quincy, but voted at large) Neal Caiazzo William E. E11iott Plumas Unified School District trustee No. 5 (Lake Almanor, but voted at large) Traci Holt Cheryl James Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District trustee No. 4 Sharon A. Dryden Jesse Whitley Portola City Council (Vote for two) William A. "Bill" Powers Linda S. Van Dahlen making suggestions during my campaign. And a thank you for all of his hard work throughout the last four years. I know he's been through challenging times and unfair criticism. God bless you Jon and your family. Thank you Jamie at Wild Hare Signs for an excellent job in crafting all of our signs, postcards and fliers. And, thank you Sherri at Feather Publishing for all of the hard work in helping to compile our newspaper ads. Thank you all for wanting to make donations and thank you all. God Bless Plumas County. detector located just inside the door. Statewide Six propositions and several statewide offices, including that of the governor, as well as a congressional race, are on the ballot. The state has distributed ' official voter information guides to help explain the propositions and introduce the candidates. Local races Following are the local races that will appear on the ballot for Plumas County voters: V" Fresh Effective Leadership V" Expand Economic Opportunity V" Integrity & Accountability ............................................................. i A list of people who have pledged their support for Jim: Don & Nancy Clark Larry & Renee Walker Bill & Kimmi Coates Ken & Andi Barnard Dick Eck Robbin, Anderson Bryan & Martha HansenChris & Bonnie David Norman & Pat Nichols Bob & Chris Anderson Jack Gilbert Summit Business Advisors Craig & Sandy SimmonsNancy Meyers Bob & Carrie Hickman Tom & Nancy Smith Jack & Pat Bridge Mary & Jan Pierce Jay & Terri Skutt Tom Connolly William Hollibaugh Paul & Elizabeth Cooper Jack Batchelder Barry & Catalina Segulyev Eugene Nelson Beverly Rogers Jim & Doris Gimblett Chris Nicholson Robert & Elaine Frank John & Ellen Ludden Jim McClain Linda Davis John Breaux John & Judy Lullo Gene & Anne SobreroKenneth & Dottle Hattich Chuck & Renee Gielow Nell Kelly Brian Verhalen Leslie Ross Jim & Bev Reynolds Plumas Pines Real Estate Chuck Franck Candace Ward & Vacation Rentals Verda Darlene Pekovich John & Joanne Grasso (Mark Smith) Richard Short Dave & Barbara Karau Herb & Wanda Longnecker Bill Bartz Wally & Dee Walker Janet & Leo Reihsen Orval Luckey Thelma Olson Tracy Wixted Norm & Carol Miller Valerie Nellor I www Paid for by the Committee to Elect Jim Judd - District 5 LEARN John Gault Pat Morton Terri Woods FILL THE MIND WITH TOOLS FOR A LIFE FULLY LIVED Portola City Clerk Melissa Klundby (unopposed) Seneca Healthcare District two-year term (Vote for one) Loretta F. 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