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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 359

Scott Lucas | November 4, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Decision Day for CA Voters: Turnout expected to be under 50% of registered. [SFGate]

Mar Blasts Anti-Campos Mailers: Supporters of Supervisor Campos push back against attacks on his vote to keep Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi in office. [SFWeekly]

2014 Most Expensive SF Election in Years: Those mailers aren't cheap, after all. [Mission Local]

Uncounted Ballots Could Delay Oakland Mayor Results: It could be a very long few days. [SFGate]

Slow Turnout in San Jose: It's hard to imagine Ro Khanna pulling out a victory here. [San Jose Mercury]

Strangest BART Board Race Ever: The unions are with the Republican, and progressives are attacking the Democrat. What a crazy country. [48 Hills]

East Bay GOP Assembly Candidate Lands in Hospital With No Insurance: Blames President Obama, because of course he does. [Oakland Tribune]

Berkeley Decides Soda Tax: San Francisco's version requires a two-thirds majority to pass. Berkeley's needs just a majority. [Daily Cal]

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