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Adona Challenged For Clerk-Recorder

Saying he shares residents’ concerns about the integrity of the elections, a local veteran is running for Nevada County Clerk-Recorder in the June elections. Jason Tedder says the 2016 and 2020 elections were surrounded by doubt and mistrust. This is his first attempt at being elected to public office…

click to listen to Jason Tedder

Speaking on “KNCO: Insight”, Tedder admits he has a lot to learn about the office…

click to listen to Jason Tedder

The other challenger to replace Greg Diaz is Assistant County Clerk-Recorder Natalie Adona, whom Diaz has endorsed. After a physical confrontation with a few supporters of a recall of the Board of Supervisors, earlier this year, Adona and other officials and employees obtained a temporary restraining order against those people. Tedder says he’s worked in many challenging environments and is well-versed in working cooperatively and deescalating, if necessary.

1 Comment

February 28, 2022

Sandra Boyd

Thanks Tom Fitzsimmons for having Jason Tedder on your program! You always do an amazing job covering the important topics our Community needs to learn about!! As 3rd generation Nevada County; retiree from Nevada County Government; and Veteran I believe it is extremely important for our community to hear about Jason's qualifications & issues going on in this County office...am a bit disappointed in this posted article, I believe could have added more depth about this critical matter. Maybe next time before the election...!! Thanks again to Tom who is a great Ambassador of Information for Nevada County!!!

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