“Meet the Candidate,” John Haschak, running for District 3 supervisor

We interviewed District Three candidate John Haschak as part of our "Meet the Candidate" series.


MENDOCINO Co., 2/20/18 — The Mendocino Voice is conducting a series of “meet the candidate” video interviews with the various candidates in the supervisorial races this year. We hope this series will help our readers better understand their candidates for the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors. On Monday, Feb. 19, we interviewed John Haschak, who’s running in District 3, using Facebook Live, and we’re reposting that video here for everyone who missed it. (Scroll down for the video)

Supervisor districts

Here’s a map of the supervisorial districts. If you’re interested in throwing your hat into the ring the filing deadline is March 9, with a potential for an extension — though the fee is hefty.

The Mendocino Voice will be covering the 2018 local elections thoroughly; you’ll find more of our election coverage here.

The 2018 California primary election will be held June 5. You can register to vote in the primary up until May 21, and register online here. To vote in Mendocino County you must be a U.S. citizen and live in Mendocino County.

We spoke with Haschak at his home, south of Willits, and the interview was conducted by our managing editor, Adrian Fernandez Baumann. You can find out more information about Haschak’s campaign at his campaign Facebook page. Due to a technical difficulty with connectivity, the interview is in two parts — make sure to watch both!

Here are some videos of the candidates we’ve interviewed so far:

“Meet the Candidate” Cyndee Logan, running for District 3 Supervisor

“Meet the Candidate,” Ted Williams, running for District 5 supervisor

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Our dissemination of any campaign materials, links and interviews does not constitute an endorsement. We are making a concerted attempt to provide campaign information and interviews on all the candidates.


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