The county’s four remaining supervisors voted Tuesday to hold a million dollar special election on June 4 to fill the seat of soon-to-be-jailbird George Shirakawa Jr. If only there was an app for that. Considering the job pays six figures, provides a CalPERS pension, comes with all kinds of perks—assuming you don’t exceed a $3,000-a-year local meal allowance with your P-Card (really?!)—and could last 12 years if all three terms are completed, there should be no shortage of entrants. Patricia Martinez-Roach wasted the least time, declaring her candidacy Tuesday on Facebook. Martinez-Roach has run for nearly every office in the Union—she actually managed to lose two elections in 2012—and she probably has about as good a chance of winning this race as Shirakawa. More likely contenders include Teresa Alvarado—a water district spokesperson and daughter of Blanca Alvarado, who preceded Shirakawa as the District 2 supe—and labor matriarch Cindy Chavez, who heads up the nonprofit Working Partnerships USA. Others who are interested in the job include Magdalena Carrasco, who beat Martinez-Roach in November for a seat on the East Side Union school board, and Tony Estremera, who works as an attorney and serves on the Water District board. (He was one of two board members who accepted a $90K pension payout behind closed doors last year.) Carrasco has an interesting choice to make, however, as she doesn’t currently live in D-2. And while Estremera could benefit from being the only man in the race, many people seem to think a woman would be better suited to join the four white guys currently on the Board. But who says there isn’t diversity already? Board chair Ken Yeager is gay, Mike Wasserman is a Republican, Dave Cortese is comatose and, last time we checked, Joe Simitian is still bald.