The four candidates competing for two Turlock City Council seats will square off for the first time today.
The filing deadline for the Nov. 6 Turlock City Council Election passed quietly Friday, with only the four previously announced candidates completing the process to be listed on the ballot.
Streetlights will stay on in three Denair neighborhoods, following a vote approving annexation into a county lighting district.
Four candidates –and both incumbents – have now thrown their hats into the Nov. 6 Turlock City Council Election.
Incumbent Councilwoman Mary Jackson will seek reelection in the upcoming Nov. 6 election, she announced Friday.
Despite low turnout, Stanislaus County's one-eighth cent library sales tax appears to have earned voter approval in Tuesday's Presidential Primary Election.
The Justice Department announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with California state officials to help ensure that military service members, their family members and U.S. citizens living overseas have the opportunity to participate fully in California's June 5, federal primary election.
The 10th District U.S. Congress race is just one item on a full ballot facing voters in the June 5 Presidential Primary Election.
Three of five candidates for California's 10th Congressional District seat spoke at a town hall forum at California State University, Stanislaus on Wednesday, but neither presumed front runner attended.
Chad Condit makes no apologies.
Turlock City Council candidate and current Parks, Recreation, and Community Commissioner Steven Nascimento has been hired as district director for State Sen. Anthony Cannella (R – Ceres).
With just 351 days until the 2012 Turlock City Council election, the race now has its first competitor.
Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen (R-Modesto) will campaign to represent an Assembly district which includes Turlock in 2012, she announced Tuesday.
On Election Day Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters Lee Lundrigan reported her office had counted 35,876 ballots for the Nov. 8 Consolidated District Election.
Grady Welch, a Turlock Unified School District trustee-elect, is ready to make changes in the district and build positive, interactive relationships with those he called the backbone of Turlock schools -the teachers, staff and principals.