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Election results: Paso Robles Mayor

Unofficial election results pending official final count Paso Robles Mayor. Steven Martin. Total: 3,889 votes. 54.90-percent. Jim Reed. Total 3,183 votes. 44.93-percent.   From San Luis […]Full Article

Election results: Paso Robles City Council

Unofficial election results pending official final count Paso Robles City Council. (2 candidates) John Hamon. Total 3,536 votes. 30.45-percent Maria Elena Garcia. Total 3,091 votes. […]Full Article

Election results: Paso Robles Joint Unified School District

Unofficial election results pending official final count Paso Robles Joint Unified School District. Board member. 4-year term. (3 candidates) Christopher Arend. Total: 5,797 votes, 22.33-percent […]Full Article

Election results: Local initiatives

Unofficial election results pending official final count H-18. City of Paso Robles Appointment of City Clerk. Measure designed to change the office of the city […]Full Article

Election results: Measure G

Unofficial election results pending official final count Measure G. A yes vote was a vote in favor of prohibiting well stimulation treatment and new petroleum […]Full Article

Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham re-elected

Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham was reelected by voters in San Luis Obispo and northern Santa Barbara Counties. Cunningham captured 57% of the vote to 42% Bill […]Full Article

Tips for voters on election day

Contributed by County Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong Return of vote-by-mail ballots on Election Day Make sure the identification envelope is signed before you return the ballot. […]Full Article

California citizens can register to vote on election day

–Recent legislation allows California citizens to register to vote as late as Election Day. The San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder’s Office in San Luis […]Full Article

Conditional Voter Registration still available

Contributed by County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong In prior elections, voters who missed the 15-day close of registration deadline were not qualified to vote in […]Full Article

San Luis Obispo to ‘March on the Polls’ Saturday

–San Luis Obispo is joining nationwide efforts to increase midterm election voter turnout. Groups across the U.S. are holding “March on the Poll” events this […]Full Article