Supervisor Dennis Rodoni, of Olema, won his seat in 2016 after rising to the top of a crowded primary race. Now, he faces just one challenger, a repeat candidate from that race.  Lagunitas resident Alex Easton-Brown, listed on the ballot as a local community advocate, is sharply critical of the county government, and particularly its lack of accountability to taxpayers.    David Briggs

A Lagunitas resident is challenging Supervisor Dennis Rodoni to represent Marin County’s fourth district. Alex Easton-Brown received 5 percent of the vote when he ran in a crowded 2016 primary. Now, he has made the former San Geronimo Golf Course the central issue of his campaign, criticizing Supervisor Rodoni for persuading the board to use park funds . . .

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