Polls will open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday and voters will get a chance to choose their favorites in the five local races.
Candidates vying for the four open seats on the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees all have a plan to keep education a priority, while balancing an ever-dwindling budget.
U.S. Rep. Dennis Cardoza (D – Merced) will not seek reelection in 2012, he announced Thursday.
Jose Hernandez, a former NASA astronaut, announced Tuesday he will seek the Democratic nomination to face incumbent Freshman U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham (R) in the 2012 congressional election.
The makeup of the Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors may change following the Nov. 8 Consolidated District Election, with the District 1 seat up for grabs.
The 2011 election season is in full swing with candidate posters popping up in yards and business windows around the area. The Nov. 8 Consolidated District Election will feature five local races including: Denair Unified School Board, Keyes Community Service District, Turlock Irrigation District, Keyes Union School District and Turlock Unified School District.
At 10:01 p.m. Tuesday night, with 66 percent of Turlock voting precincts reporting, the race to fill two vacant Turlock City Council seats remained too close to call.
Some major changes have hit the small town of Hughson in the past year including the hiring of a new city manager and the removal of three council members through a recall election, but with the preliminary results of Tuesday's election it looks like Hughson residents are happy with their present leadership.
Name: David Fransen
Name: Name: Forrest White
Name: Patrick "Pat" Noda
Name: Jeremy Rocha
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The Turlock Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee Chairman Andrew Wigglesworth announced the official endorsements of candidates in the upcoming November election with unanimous support for Mike Brem for mayor, Bill DeHart for City Council, Forrest White for City Council, Congressman Jeff Denham, State Senator Tom Berryhill, State Senator Anthony Cannella, and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen.
The unions representing Turlock's police and firefighters entered the political ring earlier this week with their endorsements for Turlock's City Council and mayor.
Campaign season is in full swing as mayoral and city council candidates gathered at the Turlock Certified Farmers Market for "Meet the Candidate Day" on Friday.
Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin was far from her own domain Wednesday morning when she dropped in for a breakfast meeting with local farmers at the Turlock Perko's restaurant. Her greet and meet with members of the Stanislaus County Farm Bureau was designed to promote her candidacy for state controller in this part of the Valley less familiar with her political accomplishments.
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