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Primary election

June 6, 2006

Non-partisan candidates

(As of Feb. 24)

Superior Court Judge, Office 1

Michael G. Colantuono, Penn Valley

Ray Shine, Grass Valley

Robert L. Litchfield, Jr., Auburn

Superior Court Judge, Office 2

C. Anders Holmer

Robert L. Tamietti, Nevada City

Superintendent of Schools

Terry McAteer, Grass Valley

Supervisor, District 3

John Spencer, Grass Valley

Supervisor, District 4

Martin Harmon, Penn Valley

Hank Weston, Penn Valley

Gordon K. Beatie, Rough and Ready


Dale Flippin, Nevada City


Marcia L. Salter, Grass Valley

County Clerk-Recorder

Gregory J. Diaz, Grass Valley

District Attorney

Clifford H. Newell, Nevada City

David S. Silber

Sheriff-Coroner-Public Administrator

Keith Royal, Grass Valley

Treasurer-Tax Collector

E. Christina Dabis, Grass Valley

Partisan Candidates

(As of Feb. 24)


State Senate, District 4

Sam Aanestad, Grass Valley

Central Committee, District 1

Sue Steigh, Nevada City

Michael Steigh, Nevada City

Terry Robinson, Nevada City

Central Committee, District 2

John R. Vandenberg, Grass Valley

William “Bill” Neuharth, Grass Valley

Central Committee, District 4

Betty Hood, Grass Valley

John Hood, Grass Valley

Tony Gilchrease, Grass Valley

Gloria Gilchrease, Grass Valley


Central Committee, District 1

Mona Matthias, Grass Valley

Marc Matthias, Grass Valley

Ann “Shanti” Emerson, Nevada City

Central Committee, District 2

John Russell, Grass Valley

Deborah Russell, Grass Valley

Karen Bryant, Auburn

Rosemarie Reeder, Grass Valley

Central Committee, District 3

Mary A. Longmore, Grass Valley

Frank Way, Grass Valley

Carol Kuczora, Grass Valley

Central Committee, District 4

William Toensing, Nevada City

Carol Stewart, Penn Valley

Kathy Widing, Grass Valley

Central Committee, District 5

Tony Souza, Grass Valley

Henry G. Dax, Nevada City

Source: Nevada County Elections Office

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