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Our view: Central Coast voters make voices count

By and   /   Friday, November 9th, 2018  /   Comments Off on Our view: Central Coast voters make voices count

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Central Coast voters are skeptical about new bond issues, support property rights and roads, are willing to tax marijuana and generally like their state representatives. Those were our four takeaways from the Nov. 6 election results, which produced significantly larger turnout than a traditional mid-term election. As Marissa Nall writes in the current issue of…

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