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Local Candidate Filing Period Closes Aug. 7

The period for local government hopefuls to declare their candidacy in the Nov. 3Consolidated District Elections closes Aug. 7, with a few from Turlock having already filed for open seats. Specific to Turlock, the offices up for election this November include the Stanislaus County Board of Education for Areas 3 and 4, Turlock Unified School District Trustees for Areas 1, 3, 5, and 7 (which is shared with Merced County), and Turlock Irrigation District Board Members for Divisions 1 and 4.

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Politics

Candidate Filing for Local Elections Open

With the Nov. 3, 2015 Consolidated District Elections less than four months away, those looking to run for local office have less than a month to declare their candidacy with the filing period set to remain open through Aug. 7. “We encourage citizens to learn about this applicant process and consider becoming a candidate for office,” said Lee Lundrigan, Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters.

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Courtesy of the Office of Governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown
Politics

Half of Propositions Pass, Democrats Rule State Races

While most Turlockers were focused on the Mayoral and City Council races last night, there were several state and countywide races, along with propositions, that Turlock voters had a choice in. Incumbent Governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown (D) won a total of 58.7 percent of the vote against challenger Neel Kashkari (R) who took 41.3 percent of the vote in the State to win a record fourth term. In Stanislaus county, however, the results were much more narrow, with Brown receiving just 50.82 percent of the vote while Kashkari received 49.18 percent.

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