Lassen Still Counting, Plumas Finalizes Unofficial Election Results

Only 150 provisional ballots remain to be counted in Lassen County for the November general election. The 6th election has been issued with little change. Numbers increased, yet results remained unchanged. Out of the counties near 15,000 Registered Voters, over half turned out to cast their vote.

The contested District 5 Supervisor race holds tight to a victory for Jason Ingram, squeaking by with a lead of only 40 votes ahead of Tom Traphagen.
The City and County Measures R and S were clear No votes, with over 60% of voters against commercial cannabis activity.

Julie Bustamonte, Lassen’s Clerk-Recorder, says there are only 150 provisional ballots left to count. A final unofficial result count will be released once complete.

Plumas county has completed its counts and issued the final unofficial results. Like Lassen, numbers increased, but results are unchanged. Measure B, the bond measure to fund the new build for Seneca Hospital in Chester, got a resounding 1400 votes in its favor. Plumas Unified School District Trustee Leslie Edlund won another term on the school board. Bill Powers will retain his seat on the Portola City Council, yet Leah Turner will unseat incumbent Phil Oels.

Plumas County also had a voter turnout of over 60%.