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Local Election Coverage

2:00 a.m. PST: All votes counted  United States Senator: Kamala D. Harris (Dem) won 51 percent to Loretta L. Sanchez (Dem) 48 precent 16th Congress:  Jim Costa (Dem) won 67 percent to Jonny Tacherra 32 percent 21st Congress: David Valadao (Rep) won 60 percent to Emilio ...

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3 out of 6 propositions pass

California residents voted on several propositions Tuesday night that will affect various aspects of local communities and statewide policies. One of the more contentious and closer races, Proposition 47, which would reduce certain drug and nonviolent felony charges to misdemeanors, ...

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Find your polling place

Polling place locations are coordinated by county elections offices. Your polling place will be listed on the back cover of your county sample ballot booklet.

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The propositions

To help educate voters, the office of the Secretary of State of California has created an Official Voter Information Guide. The information from the Nov. 2, 2010 Statewide General Election is an impartial analysis.

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California speaks: Proposition results

Amidst the tumult of the presidential election, seven of California’s 12 propositions were voted into law. The Collegian Online has compiled these results so our readers can see how the state voted as a whole and how Fresno County followed ...

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Results are in

With many hot topics on the ballot this year, voters made some important decisions. As of 11:38 p.m. on Tuesday the Secretary of State Web site reported that Prop. 8 has passed along with Props. 1A, 2, 3, 9, 11 & 12.

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The Collegian Online presents Election Night ’08

The Collegian’s election night videos provide presidential, mayorial and proposition results as well as interviews with The Collegian’s editors and reporters. For more information about the presidential election, click here. For more information about local and state elections, click here. ...

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The Collegian Votes

We believe Obama’s positions on America’s most important issues — the war, health care, the economy — are more consistent with what the country actually needs right now.

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California gives voters ‘props’

California voters will not only vote for a president Nov. 4. Twelve propositions are on the state’s ballot with topics including high-speed rail, farm animal confinement and the definition of marriage.

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Considering our propositions

I’VE WANTED THE POWER OF TELEPORTATION SINCE I first saw Captain Kirk dissolve in a million glowing pieces, only to be reassembled somewhere thousands of miles away.

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Students speak about props

The Collegian asks students what they think the most important propositions this election are. [display_podcast]

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Clinton, McCain take CA

With 24 states participating, the results of Super Tuesday play a major part in who gets the presidential nomination. McCain pulled in front and now has a commanding lead over second-place candidate Mitt Romney. The race is closer on the Democratic side, but Hillary Clinton is currently the front-runner.

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Editorial: The Collegian proposes how to vote on California propositions

Prop. 91 — Vote NO. Not even the California voter guide provides an argument in favor of Proposition 91. The changes it proposes are already in place, having been ushered in by Proposition 1A in 2006.

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Understanding the propositions

In addition to choosing presidential candidates, voters this Tuesday will have to decide on a variety of propositions. Gas, community colleges and Indian casinos are all on the ballot. The following guide explains current law, and what would change with a “yes” vote on each proposition.

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