Election 2022 Town Hall will feature candidates for Malheur County commission, judge

Ballot drop boxes at the Malheur County Courthouse in Vale, and in Ontario, Nyssa and Jordan Valley serve as collection points for ballots in the 2022 primary election. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)

The competitive races for two seats on the Malheur County Court will be featured at an Election 2022 Town Hall in Ontario on Monday, April 11.

The event, produced by the Malheur Enterprise, will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Four Rivers Cultural Center.

The two candidates for Malheur County judge – incumbent Dan Joyce and challenger Tom Vialpando ­­– are scheduled to appear.

Vale businessman Jim Mendiola, making his second run for county commissioner, will also attend. His opponent, Commissioner Don Hodge, said classes and a hunting trip would not allow him to participate at any time in mid-April.

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