PACIFIC COUNTY — For months, it looked like only one county race up for election this fall would be contested. Except for the Public Utility District, this would have left Pacific County voters without a choice about who would represent them at the most local level of government.

But a pair of successful, last-minute write-in campaigns ahead of the August primary election ensured that voters will have a say in two additional county races when ballots for the Nov. 8 general election are mailed out in late October.

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