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Incumbents Muñoz, Shea Keep Seats For County Board Of Education Districts 3 And 5

June 5
By Megan Burks

San Diego County Board of Education District 3 incumbent Alicia Muñoz and District 5 incumbent Rick Shea held their leads.

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Incumbents, Write-In Candidates Advance To November San Diego Unified Board Races B, C

June 5
By Megan Burks

With all precincts reporting, incumbent Kevin Beiser has 91.6 percent of the vote, while write-in candidates have 8.4 percent of the vote. Incumbent Michael McQuary has 90.7 percent of votes, while write-in candidates have 9.3 percent.

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Desmond, Gomez Appear To Advance To November For County Supervisors District 5 Seat

June 5
By KPBS News

With all precincts reporting, San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond has 45.1 percent of the vote in the race for a seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors District 5.

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Incumbent Ernie Dronenburg Keeps Seat In County Assessor/Recorder Race

June 5
By Claire Trageser

With all precincts reporting, San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk incumbent Ernie Dronenburg has secured 63.5 percent of the vote. His challenger, ethics lawyer Matt Strabone, has 36.3 percent.

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Dumanis, Fletcher Advance To November Supervisors District 4 Race

June 5
By City News Service, KPBS News

Democrat Nathan Fletcher and Republican Bonnie Dumanis will face facing off in the November general election for the Supervisors District 4 race.

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Summer Stephan Keeps Her Seat In San Diego County District Attorney Race

June 5
By Tarryn Mento

With all precincts reporting, District Attorney candidate Summer Stephan, a Republican and currently the acting interim District Attorney, has 63.7 percent of the vote. San Diego County Public Defender Geneviéve Jones-Wright, a Democrat, has 36.2 percent of the vote.

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GOP Avoids Shutout In Race For California Governor

June 5
By Associated Press

Democrat Gavin Newsom won Tuesday's primary in the race for California governor and Republican John Cox finished in a strong second place, ensuring Republicans won't be shut out of the race to replace retiring Gov. Jerry Brown.

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Zapf Takes The Lead In City Council District 2 Race

June 5
By Susan Murphy

Incumbent Lorie Zapf, a Republican, has taken a commanding lead over the six challengers also vying for the City Council District 2 seat.

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Chris Cate Takes Early Lead In City Council District 6 Race

June 5
By Susan Murphy

Incumbent candidate Chris Cate takes early lead in City Council District 6 race.

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Incumbent, City Council President Myrtle Cole Takes Lead In District 4 Race

June 5
By Erik Anderson

The San Diego City Council District 4 incumbent President Myrtle Cole attracted three challengers.

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Nonprofit Makes Final Push To Boost Voter Turnout In City Heights

June 5
By Megan Burks

Since April, volunteers and community organizers have contacted thousands of City Heights residents in an effort to increase voter turnout there.

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Election Day Money Facts To Help You Vote

June 5
By Jill Castellano / inewsource, Leo Castañeda / inewsource

For those of you making your final decisions on Tuesday about who to vote for in the June primary, you may be thinking back to the campaign fliers, signs and commercials you’ve been bombarded with over the past weeks.

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Record Number Of Mail Ballots Sent To San Diego County Residents Could Slow Vote Tally

June 5
By City News Service

More than 1.1 million mail ballots were sent out to San Diego County residents for the June 5 primary election — meaning the majority of the county's 1.69 million registered voters will likely skip the voting booth.

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San Diego Politics 101: You Cast Your Vote, Now What?

June 5
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

In a wrap-up segment of our series, San Diego Politics 101, political science professor Carl Luna joins Midday Edition to answer questions about the process of voting and vote counting.

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San Diego Man Has Worked Polls In 50 Elections, But Is Now Retiring

June 5
By Claire Trageser

Douglas Dannemiller, 70, said he started volunteering at polls back in 1992. But this year Dannemiller is retiring from his job as a tax preparer, so he feels it’s also time to hang up his hat as a poll worker.

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California, Long A Blue State, Could Get Bluer In Primary

June 5
By Associated Press

Tuesday’s primary election will set the stage for November races for governor, Congress and the Legislature, but it will also test whether the state’s vanishing Republicans have enough remaining influence to avoid another shutout at the statewide polls.

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San Diego Election Turnout Predicted At 40 To 45 Percent, Registrar Says

June 5
By City News Service, KPBS News

As of the close of registration, there were 1,693,774 registered voters in the county. There were 617,701 Democrats, 492,861 Republicans, 498,989 non-partisan voters and 84,223 with other party registrations.

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Conflicting Voter Polls Show Different Front Runners For 49th Congressional District

June 4
By Alison St John

Polls with significantly different results for the the 49th congressional race came out in the past week — the results of polls can depend on who paid for them.

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One-Party Rule? California Democrats Look To Expand Power

June 4
By Associated Press

Is California, home to one in eight Americans, becoming the nation's best example of one-party rule?

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Antonio Villaraigosa Says 'The Economy's Not Working For Too Many People'

June 4
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa is campaigning as a pro-business progressive who will work to "restore the luster of the California Dream."

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John Cox Aims To 'Clean Out The Barn'

June 4
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Republican John Cox wants to "clean out the barn" in Sacramento, just as President Trump campaigned to "drain the swamp" in Washington.

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John Chiang Is The 'No-Drama' Candidate

June 4
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Democrat John Chiang believes he can strike a sweet spot in California politics: a political progressive who's fiscally prudent.

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Travis Allen Wants To 'Take Back California'

June 4
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Republican Travis Allen is hoping — heck, he’s confident — that he can channel Trump and "take back California."

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Delaine Eastin Says She Has 'Brass Backbone'

June 4
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

Democrat Delaine Eastin says she’s the only candidate to "not just go along and get along" at the state Capitol.

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County Offers Polling Place Locator

June 4
By City News Service

Voters unsure of their polling place for Tuesday's primary election can use San Diego County's online locator, the county registrar reminded residents Monday.