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With two seats on the Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors up for election during the Nov. 3 Consolidated District Election, potential candidates have already begun filing their intention to run. The TID Division 1 Board Member seat, currently held by incumbent Michael Frantz, is being challenged by Tracy Sunde, a retired educator of Turlock. Incumbent Division 4 Board Member Rob Santos has also filed, but is currently running unopposed.
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 21:18

Candidate Filing for Local Elections Open

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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.
Former congressional candidate Michael Eggman (D-Fresno), who ran and lost against incumbent U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) in the November 2014 General Election by nearly 13 points, has declared his intention to run again for the same office. Eggman’s voter registration was canceled in Stanislaus County due to no activity in the past two federal elections, according to Stanislaus County Clerk Recorder Lee Lundrigan, making him unable to vote for himself in the previous election.
Within the City of Turlock, 14,512 of the 28,750 registered City voters cast ballots during the Nov. 4 General Election for a total citywide turnout of 50.48 percent, according to the Certified Statement of the Vote signed by Stanislaus County Clerk Recorder and Registrar of Voters Lee Lundrigan. In Stanislaus County 92,738 of the 214,188 registered voters cast ballots for a total percentage of 43.30. Turlock voters comprised 15.65 percent of the total countywide voter turnout.
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Thursday, 06 November 2014 15:05

Incumbents Win Big in Districtwide Elections

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U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) was reelected to serve a third term in the U.S. House of Representatives after widely defeating opponent Michael Eggman (D) by over 12 percentage points in the race for the 10th District congressional seat. In Stanislaus County Denham took 34,008 votes for a total of 56.64 percent while Eggman took 26,030 votes for a total of 43.36 percent; these results mirrored District results, which includes parts of San Joaquin County. In total, for the 10th District, Denham took 47,315 votes for a totaling at 56.4 percent; Eggman trailed with 36,609 votes for a total of 43.6 percent.
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 22:02

Half of Propositions Pass, Democrats Rule State Races

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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.
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 13:07

Jacob, DeHart Win Turlock Council Seats

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In the race for the two open seats on Turlock City Council, challenger Matthew Jacob won 4,892 votes, for a total of 29.51 percent, taking one open seat followed by incumbent Bill DeHart who won 4,341 votes for a total of 26.18 percent, taking the other open seat. DeHart, 66, has served as a councilmember for the past four years, was a Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps for over 20 years and has been a part of
church leadership, active in youth work.