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Today is Special Election Day

Today is election day in most of Nevada County. Voters are deciding who will be the State Senator in California’s fourth district. Both parties are working to get the vote out. Nevada County Democratic Central Committee Chair Jim Firth says they’ve been mostly doing that electronically…

Listen to Jim Firth 1

Republicans have also been sending out e-blasts, but Nevada County Republican Party Chair Rich Ullery says they have been hitting the phones as well…

Listen to Rich Ullery 1

The election is a runoff from trhe November Primary, because the top vote-getter did not get a majority. Ullery says Republican Jim Nielsen is a worthy candidate…

Listen to Rich Ullery 2

But the Democrats control both houses of the legislature, something Firth says is why voters should choose Mickey Harrington…

Listen to Jim Firth 2

Most of the election is being done by mail, but there are 23 polling places open county wide. You can also stop by the Elections office and vote. Polls close, and ballots are due in the office, by 8pm.

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