The Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors will look eerily similar come 2014, as the filing period ended for the Nov. 5 elections on Friday and only the incumbents filed candidacy papers. Current directors Ron Macedo, Joe Alamo and Charles Fernandes will all be running as incumbents for their respective divisions.
Although November is still five months away, election season is underway.
Tori Hughes, a 14-year veteran of the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department and current Chief of Police in Patterson, announced her candidacy for Stanislaus County Sheriff on Wednesday.
With the inauguration of President Barack Obama, election season is finally over. Or is it? For those thinking about running for a local office, the Stanislaus County Clerk Recorder and Registrar of Voters just released a calendar of important dates for the Nov. 5 Consolidated District Election.
The ballots have been counted, the results certified, and it's official.
This week was not a good one for Bill Berryhill. Not only did the Ceres native see his opponent for the State Senate gain on him in the Nov. 6 vote count, but the state Fair Political Practices Commission came down on him for 2008 violations of state campaign finance laws.
As early election results came back Tuesday evening, the fate of Proposition 30 – a measure to raise taxes, benefitting schools and the state's General Fund – seemed in question.
Late on Tuesday, with the dust still settling from the hectic day of voting, Turlockers appear to have relected Amy Bublak to the Turlock City Council alongside newcomer Steven Nascimento, a Parks, Recreation, and Community commissioner and district director for State Sen. Anthony Cannella (R).
Election Day is now just days away.
With Election Day less than three weeks away, the deadline to register to vote is nearing.
From new taxes to eliminating the death penalty, and labeling genetically modified foods, California voters face a potentially confusing gauntlet of 11 propositions on this Nov. 6 ballot.
The four candidates for two Turlock City Council seats faced off for the second – and possibly final – time on Wednesday.
When Congressional candidates Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) and Jose Hernandez (D) squared off in their first – and only – debate Monday night, it didn't take long for the gloves to come off.
With the November election fast approaching, local organizations are hoping to get information about the issues and candidates to the public through upcoming forums.
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Tom Letras announced last week that he is taking on his boss, Sheriff Adam Christianson, in the 2014 election.
As election season comes into full swing the League of Women Voters of Stanislaus County is offering voters a chance to formally engage with city council and mayoral candidates at their annual forum.
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.
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