One write-in candidate filed to run in the November 2019 local elections.

In the Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District election for Position 2, incumbent board of supervisors member Andrew Hautzinger will be the only candidate on the ballot.

A retired federal hydrologist, Hautzinger has a bachelors degree in watershed science from Colorado State University.

To vote for him as the write-in candidate, voters will need to write in his name.

The name doesn’t necessarily have to be spelled entirely correctly, but it needs to be close enough so that election officials understand the voter’s intent.

The races in the November 2019 election are local, nonpartisan contests. Election Day is slated for Tuesday, Nov. 5.

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