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June 6, 1986
San Bernardino voters decided by a narrow margin that the City Animal Shelter should continue to sell dogs to research laboratories, final semiofficial returns on a controversial advisory measure show. Measure HH, which called for continued use of pound animals for "research, testing and educational purposes to legally accredited organizations," passed in Tuesday's election by only 113 votes, 9,290 to 9,077.
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June 6, 1986
San Bernardino voters decided by a narrow margin that the City Animal Shelter should continue to sell dogs to research laboratories, final semiofficial returns on a controversial advisory measure show. Measure HH, which called for continued use of pound animals for "research, testing and educational purposes to legally accredited organizations," passed in Tuesday's election by only 113 votes, 9,290 to 9,077.
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January 28, 2014 | By Seema Mehta
The two main Republicans hoping to take on Gov. Jerry Brown in the fall have failed to vote in many elections, according to documents and interviews. Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has cast a ballot in about half of the elections held since 1995, while former U.S. Treasury official Neel Kashkari has voted in roughly 60% of elections since he turned 18. Spotty voting records have dogged previous unsuccessful gubernatorial candidates, including 2010 Republican nominee Meg Whitman and 1998 Democratic candidate Al Checchi.
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November 10, 2003 | Tim Reiterman and Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writers
As secretary of state in 2001, Bill Jones moved to rid California of the type of antiquated voting machines that helped throw the presidential election into turmoil in Florida. Then last year he sponsored a successful $200-million industry-backed bond measure that gave counties money to buy high-tech replacements. Now, the former elections chief is a paid consultant to one of the major voting machine firms vying for that business.
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