Opponents of met in front of theTuesday morning to protest a supervisor they say betrayed Temecula residents.
John Tavaglione the Liberty Quarry project in April, but then its foundational document this month.
The vote all but assures the project will be approved if Granite Construction, the company behind the plan, chooses to reapply for mining permits, critics said.
Tavaglione was first in the race for the 41st U.S. Congressional District with 19,815 votes, or 44.94 percent of the total. If the result does not radically change on Friday when the Riverside County Registrar of Voters releases the next ballot count update, he will run against Mark Takano for a seat in the House of Representatives.
to Temecula residents, many opponents of the quarry plan said.