Primary election underway
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Precinct clerk Gerry Humphrey places a mail-in ballot into the ballot box at the American Legion Hall polling place, 1960 N. Tracy Blvd., on Tuesday afternoon. The precinct had 18 voters by noon and several more returning mail-in ballots.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
Precinct clerk Gerry Humphrey places a mail-in ballot into the ballot box at the American Legion Hall polling place, 1960 N. Tracy Blvd., on Tuesday afternoon. The precinct had 18 voters by noon and several more returning mail-in ballots. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Precinct workers wait for the next voter to arrive at the at the American Legion Hall polling place, 1960 N. Tracy Blvd., on Tuesday afternoon. The precinct had 18 voters by noon and several more returning mail-in ballots.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
Precinct workers wait for the next voter to arrive at the at the American Legion Hall polling place, 1960 N. Tracy Blvd., on Tuesday afternoon. The precinct had 18 voters by noon and several more returning mail-in ballots. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Polling places are open for the California Statewide Direct Primary Election. People will vote for a member of Congress, governor and other state offices, county offices and local Measure B — an $82 million bond to fund school improvements in Tracy Unified School District.

Visit the county website to find your polling place (www.sjcrov.org/ballotinfo.html).

The Press will follow election returns after polls close at 8 p.m. and post results as they come in on the Tracy Press Facebook.

Then pick up the Press on Friday for full results.

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June 03, 2014
Vote no on B!!


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