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Election results

Below are links to current election results.


● Sequoia Union High School District $265 million bond measure (55% approval required)

● Woodside Elementary School District $13.5 million bond measure (55% approval required)

● Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District $300 million bond measure (2/3 approval required): (1) San Mateo County results (2) Santa Clara County results

Supervisorial District 3: Stogner vs. Horsley

● Sheriff: Munks vs. write-in candidate Juan Lopez

● All San Mateo County results.

● Superior Court judge, Office No. 4

● Superior Court judge, Office No. 6

● San Mateo County controller

Comments

Posted by Shelly, a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Jun 4, 2014 at 12:29 pm

Election Results

Until people of different political beliefs are elected to share in governing California, the same one-sided ideology will continue to destroy what once was a great state. Dialogue is good, stop electing officials simply by name recognition. The current group is wasting our hard earned tax dollars. We need change!


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