The Nov. 8 General Election is just a little over a month away, and by next week ballots will begin to hit your mailbox. The League of Women Voters of Plumas County is holding an opportunity for you to hear from local candidates. From 7... Read More.
Portola City Council is set to have an election for two four-year term seats come November. The seats are currently held by Council members Phil Oels and Bill Powers. As of July 18th the nomination period for the... Read More.
Final Primary Elections results are in for Plumas County with early race leaders holding onto their victory. After a near 1900 ballots were received and counted following election night the Plumas county elections office announced its unofficial final totals. Sheriff Todd Johns defeated challenger... Read More.
League of Women Voters hosts a Candidate Forum in Chester today. You can hear from the candidates for Plumas County District 3 supervisor. The forum will begin at 7 at the Chester Memorial Hall. The District 3 candidates are Kelley Cote, a child support... Read More.
Candidates for Susanville city council will be part of a forum hosted by The Lassen Association of Realtors. This will be a first look at this year’s candidates.The forum will be today in Jensen Hall at the Lassen County Fairgrounds from 5:30 to 7:00p.m. All... Read More.
Plumas league of women voters will hold a series of 5 candidate forums beginning April 20th in Quincy. Leading off the series is the Plumas county district 5 supervisor race with incumbent Jeff Engle and challenger Mimi Garner, a realtor broker.... Read More.
Contested offices in Plumas County will take center stage in a series of forums to feature the candidates in the June 7th primary. The League of Women Voters of Plumas is planning to host five forums. Those will be held throughout the county with... Read More.
Lassen County District 3 Supervisor Jeff Hemphill is inviting you to a meet and greet breakfast this Saturday. The supervisor is seeking to retain his seat as it is being contested for in this June’s Primary Election. Hemphill wishes to hear your thoughts, ideas,... Read More.
Plumas county no longer belongs to the 1st congressional district represented by Doug LaMalfa thanks to the 2020 census data that redrew the north state congressional district boundaries. Plumas will now be in the... Read More.
Today marks the end of the extended deadline for two Lassen and Plumas County candidate declarations as the incumbents did not file to re-run for this June’s Primary election. This is also the deadline for the extension of 42 incumbents on the larger stage... Read More.