Friday is deadline to file candidacy paperwork
Those interested in running for local offices have until this Friday, March 7, at 4 p.m. to file paperwork with County Clerk Colleen Setzer’s office in Yreka.
If an incumbent doesn’t file for a specific seat, the deadline for non-incumbents is extended until March 12.
Offices up for election on June 3 include Superior Court Judge, Supervisors in districts 3 and 5, Assessor-Recorder, District Attorney, County Clerk, Auditor-Controller, Sheriff-Coroner, Treasurer-Tax Collector, and Superintendent of Schools.
As of Tuesday afternoon, the following incumbents had formally declared candidacy by filing paperwork with the County Clerk:
• Karen Dixon, Superior Court Judge
• Kermith Walters, Superintendent of Schools
• Mike Mallory, Assessor-Recorder
• Colleen Setzer, County Clerk
• Jon Lopey, Sheriff-Coroner
• Wayne Hammar, Treasurer Tax-Collector
Ray Haupt, with the ballot designation of business owner/forester, has filed paperwork to run for District 5 Siskiyou County Supervisor, representing the western portion of the county. Incumbent Marcia Armstrong has not yet filed.
Though District 3 Supervisor Michael Kobseff has indicated he will run for reelection, his paperwork hadn’t yet been received by the County Clerk at the time of the newspaper’s publication.
To learn more about the election, go to www.co.siskiyou.ca.us and search “elections” in the search box.