Perhaps we might clarify what the original poster meant when he refers to stub network?
My assumption is that stub network is a leaf network (to use the tree analogy) which has end stations but no other routers. If that network is an Ethernet network it is my experience that there in fact IS a DR election and the only candidate is the winner.
Perhaps the original poster had something else in mind?
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