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Plumas County results are in — Goss, Ceresola prevail in supervisor races

Plumas County voters elected a new supervisor, returned an incumbent supervisor to office for another term, retained a school board member and elected two hospital board members.

Just after 8 p.m. the Plumas County Elections Office released the results with 100 percent of the received vote counted. At this point the county boasted an 81.2 percent voter turnout. Though ballots may continue to arrive through the mail for the next few days and will be counted, it’s unlikely that they will change the following results.

Voters in Eastern Plumas elected Dwight Ceresola to be their new supervisor representing District 1. He earned 1,096 votes; while Bill Powers received 729.

In the District 2 Supervisor race, Incumbent Kevin Goss will retain his seat. He drew 1,258 votes, to Mike Grant’s 939.

Joleen Cline retained her seat on the Plumas Unified School District Board of Trustees garnering 5,860 votes. Her challenger, teacher Gayanna Miller received 3,173 votes.

Four individuals were vying for two seats on the Eastern Plumas Health Care Board of Directors. Incumbent Dr. Paul Swanson and former employee Linda Satchwell were the top two vote earners with 1,907 and 1,235  votes respectively. The other two individuals seeking a seat on the board, Tessa Clawson garnered 483 votes and Jason Christian, earned 744.

For a full list of how Plumas County voters cast their ballot on the state and national level, view tonight’s Plumas County election results by going to https://www.plumascounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/28323/Summary-Report

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