With no incorporated towns and a single supervisorial district shared with suburban cities, West Marin’s 12,000 residents have few elected officials to call their own. But on Election Day in November, they will have several opportunities to elect or re-elect officials at the most local level: school board trustees and utility agency directors. Incumbents can file papers . . .

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