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Discussion surrounding campaign finance will have a forum today as the first of four special meetings regarding the topic will be held this evening. Campaign finance concern extendeds back to February 2014, where a public hearing for campaign contributions was held with the 2014 City Council, then composed of Councilmembers Forest White, Amy Bublak, Bill DeHart Jr., Steven Nascimento, and Mayor John Lazar. The request would have amended the municipal code and added a chapter to it on campaign contributions.
Today is the California Presidential Primary Election. Turlockers in the area will be casting votes for candidates running for the State Assembly - District 12, United States Senate, United States District 10 Representative, and President of the United States. 

The California Presidential Primary Election is drawing closer and California could stand to make a huge impact on multiple races this election cycle.

The California Presidential Primary is drawing near, and local efforts are still coming forward to help candidates get an edge.
The filing deadline for candidates has been extended to Wednesday, Aug. 12, for some Stanislaus County races. The extension for such races began after the incumbents did not file. The incumbents are not allowed to file once the extended deadline goes into effect.
Friday, Aug. 7, at 5 p.m., was the deadline for people to file as candidates in the upcoming Consolidated District Election on Nov. 3, 2015.  Turlock races include Turlock Unified School District and Turlock Irrigation District Trustee seats.
Thursday, 06 August 2015 13:29

Local Candidate Filing Period Closes Aug. 7

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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.