- How I Voted
- US Representative
- State Auditor
- Secretary of State
- Treasurer of State
- Secretary of Agriculture
- Attorney General
- State Senator
- State Representative
- Board of Supervisors
- County Treasurer
- County Recorder
- County Attorney
- County Public Hospital Trustee
- Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioner
- County Agricultural Extension Council
There are three candidates for County Recorder. Tim Brien is the incumbent, but he lost the primary to Julie M. Haggerty. As I mentioned earlier, he intially blamed Michael Mauro, Commissioner of Elections, implying that he rigged the election. But then he dropped his challenge, saying he didn’t believe he could get a fair result.
Apparently he does think he can get a fair result in the general election, even though Michael Mauro is still Commissioner of Elections, because he’s running as an independent. So I don’t trust Tim Brien, and this distrust makes me like Michael Mauro and Julie M. Haggerty more.
The third candidate is Christopher D. Hagenow, running as a Republican. If you follow that link to his website, and the link from there to his blog, you’ notice he doesn’t talk about issues much, and he seems as interested in the Nussle for Governor campaign as his own. As I mentioned in my discussion of the Governor race, I don’t trust Nussle, so by association, I distrust Hagenow.
If it wasn’t already obvious, I voted for Julie M. Haggerty for County Recorder.