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April 25, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A preliminary investigation failed to find any evidence of vote tampering in the Jan. 30 special election that gave a San Joaquin Valley Assembly seat to Sal Cannella (D-Modesto), the secretary of state's office said. The investigation into the use of absentee ballots was requested by Karen Mathews, assistant voter registrar in Stanislaus County.
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November 4, 1993 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanislaus County's much-watched Election Day test of mail-in balloting had mixed results. Election officials in the rural Northern California county are pleased, even though the 34.5% turnout (60,129 ballots mailed in) was about 5% less than expected, said Stanislaus County Clerk Karen Mathews, a proponent of the new system. "It may not have been an earth-shattering turnout," Mathews said, "but it's not too bad either.
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October 29, 1992 | MARK ARAX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Here in walnut and almond country, the locals conjure up Los Angeles as the dreadful specter, the easy emblem for what ails California's agricultural heartland. If only L.A. had held on to its farming roots, they say. If only its planners and politicians had the gumption to tell the real estate developers "enough." It is probably too facile to say that the 1980s ushered in the Los Angeles-ization of the San Joaquin Valley.
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October 29, 1992 | MARK ARAX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Here in walnut and almond country, the locals conjure up Los Angeles as the dreadful specter, the easy emblem for what ails California's agricultural heartland. If only L.A. had held on to its farming roots, they say. If only its planners and politicians had the gumption to tell the real estate developers "enough." It is probably too facile to say that the 1980s ushered in the Los Angeles-ization of the San Joaquin Valley.
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November 4, 1993 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanislaus County's much-watched Election Day test of mail-in balloting had mixed results. Election officials in the rural Northern California county are pleased, even though the 34.5% turnout (60,129 ballots mailed in) was about 5% less than expected, said Stanislaus County Clerk Karen Mathews, a proponent of the new system. "It may not have been an earth-shattering turnout," Mathews said, "but it's not too bad either.
NEWS
April 25, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A preliminary investigation failed to find any evidence of vote tampering in the Jan. 30 special election that gave a San Joaquin Valley Assembly seat to Sal Cannella (D-Modesto), the secretary of state's office said. The investigation into the use of absentee ballots was requested by Karen Mathews, assistant voter registrar in Stanislaus County.
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