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According to Scott Konopasec, Contra Costa assistant registrar of voters, the earliest the county can expect final results is Nov. 30. However, a complete unofficial number in the county is scheduled for Nov. 6. By Nov. 9, the county expects to have complete, unaudited official results.

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According to Scott Konopasec, Contra Costa assistant registrar of voters, the earliest the county can expect final results is Nov. 30. However, a complete unofficial number in the county is scheduled for Nov. 6.  By Nov. 9, the county expects to have complete, unaudited official results. 

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According to Scott Konopasec, Contra Costa assistant registrar of voters, the earliest the county can expect final results is Nov. 30. However, a complete unofficial number in the county is scheduled for Nov. 6. By Nov. 9, the county expects to have complete, unaudited official results.

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According to Scott Konopasec, Contra Costa assistant registrar of voters, the earliest the county can expect final results is Nov. 30. However, a complete unofficial number in the county is scheduled for Nov. 6. By Nov. 9, the county expects to have complete, unaudited official results. 

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According to Scott Konopasec, Contra Costa assistant registrar of voters, the earliest the county can expect final results is Nov. 30. However, a complete unofficial number in the county is scheduled for Nov. 6. By Nov. 9, the county expects to have complete, unaudited official results. 

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With 98.28% of precincts reporting on Tuesday evening at 9:30 p.m., the two seats available on the Liberty Union High School District Board appear to have been won by Yolanda Peña-Mendrek and Tamela Hawley with 30.81% and 28.20% respectively. Check back for updates.

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With 83.33% of precincts reporting as of 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, the three seats available on the Knightsen Elementary School District Board seem to go to Deborah Gold with 28.06%; Thomas Baldocchi, Jr., with 26.21%; and DeLaura Pigati with 24.19%. Check back for updates. 

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With 94.74% of precincts reported as of 9 p.m. Tuesday evening, the two available seats on the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District board lead with Joe Young at 40.24% and Stephen Smith with 38.22% of the vote. Check back for updates.

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Election results as of Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m. show strong support for Measure X with 59.36% in favor with 96.13% of precincts reporting.  The measure, proposed by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, will assess a countywide 0.5% sales tax to be used for general governmental purp…

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Poll worker Brenda Miller assists voters at Freedom High School in Oakley, Tuesday, Nov. 3. The polls opened at 7 a.m. this morning and will close at 8 p.m. tonight. Crowds at various polling centers throughout East County were seeing a steady stream of citizens early this morning waiting to…

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Four seats are available on the Antioch City Council this election coming from a field of 12 candidates. Featured here are a look at the candidates and their visions for the City of Antioch. For more information, visit www.cocovote.us.

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The race for Antioch's mayoral seat is open to five individuals this election season. The following is a look at their vision for Antioch. 

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A group of students at the Rose Institute of State and Local Government at Claremont McKenna College in Southern California are doing their part to get the word - and the vote - out this election season. A series of twelve short videos were created to provide California voters with accessibl…

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Measure X, proposed by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, will assess a countywide 0.5% sales tax to be used for general governmental purposes of Contra Costa County.

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I am Dr. Tamela H. Hawley, and I am running for the Liberty Union High School District Board and would like your vote. As our community grows and changes, so does our district and we must keep an eye toward the future to ensure that all students are as successful as they can be to prepare fo…

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Hello! My name is Blythe Lind. I am running as an incumbent candidate for the Brentwood Union School District Board of Trustees, on Nov. 3. My husband and I have two daughters, ages 13 and 16. My family has been fortunate to call Brentwood home for the last 18 years. Our children have attend…

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Hello, I’m Paul La Follette, 35 years old; a fifth generation Brentwood native who would be honored to serve you, your family and your business as Mayor. As a board member of Contra Costa Farm Bureau Leadership, I have seen many changes over the past 35 years, some good and some not so good.…

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The Press and the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce hosted the candidates running for the Oakley City Council. Candidates responded to a variety of topics from fire safety, broad-based inclusion and economic development.

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The East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) Fire Board unanimously approved a resolution in support of Measure X, a countywide sales tax initiative that, if passed, could play a significant role in the resolution of the district’s persistent service level challenges.

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Hello, my name is Edward Schuck, and I am asking for your vote to become the next Mayor of Brentwood. My wife and I grew up in Contra Costa County. As our family grew, we went looking for a community where we could feel safe raising our children and still afford to live. We found Brentwood. …

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My name is Faye Maloney, and I’m running for Brentwood City Council, District 1. I’m grateful and blessed to call Brentwood home after living in multiple continents. I love my city for its community, the opportunities it has afforded my family, and its uniqueness. I have dedicated my life to…