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Tehama County Voters said no to Measure G on Super Tuesday. Measure G asked voters, county-wide, to approve a one-cent sales tax for a period of 10 years. Read More
Butte County Clerk-Recorder, Candace Grubbs said numbers for Butte County will be coming later than expected due to the huge turnout of Chico State student voters on Super Tuesday.
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The Associated Press declared Bernie Sanders the winner in California just after the polls closed, basing the call on data from VoteCast, Click Here
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California voters will be deciding on various local measures and one statewide measure, Proposition 13. Read More
In Shasta County, Measure B only affects voters in the “Burney Fire Protection District.” The district needs money for what it calls “critical operational funding” for health and safety. Click Here
Shasta County voters must also decide if they’re willing to pay an extra 1% sales tax in order to fund public safety. Click Here
In Trinity County, voters will decide on four local measures. Two of Trinity County's four measures have to do with ambulance service in the county, Measures D and E. Read More
Chico voters casting their ballots will decide if the Chico Area Recreation and Park District will get a major financial shot in the arm. Measure A would bring CARD an estimated $3 million per year for capital improvements to parks and other facilities. Read More
California voters will be able to change their party affiliation and update their address at polling stations on Election Day under a new law approved in time for the Democratic primary. Read More
California joins Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia as the states holding their presidential primaries on March 3 – also known as Super Tuesday.