Mono County, California

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Mono County is a county in eastern California, along the Nevada border.

In 2004, early results indicated that Mono County was a tie. However, a recount of votes by Republican election officials revealed that the winner was actually Democrat John F. Kerry. Apparently, in the original count, 7 Kerry ballots were discarded because of use of blue ink.

Along with neighboring Alpine County, Mono is one of several formerly ultra-Republican counties to have switched into the Democratic column in the 2004 Presidential election.

It is also the home of many famous ski resorts and natural environments.

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