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Headding a winner in Morro Bay council race

Two days after incumbent Councilwoman Nancy Johnson announced she was conceding her bid for the final seat on the Morro Bay City Council, the city of Morro Bay announced that pharmacist John Heading had won the position outright. In the... (Continue reading)

Vote count complete in SLO County but Morro Bay council race undecided

San Luis Obispo county elections officials have counted all of the votes cast in the 2014 primary election, but the results of the Morro Bay city council race are still unclear. Newcomers Matt Makowetski and John Headding finished first and... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council race still unclear but closer to runoff

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The race for the final seat on the Morro Bay City Council remains the lone unclear result from Tuesday’s primary election, but an updated vote count shows that chances are growing that the race will head for... (Continue reading)

One in 10 California voters pick Leland Yee for secretary of state

Approximately 10 percent of Californians who voted in the secretary of state primary election selected alleged crime boss Leland Yee as their choice to become the state’s next chief elections officer. Yee, a suspended state senator, is currently out on... (Continue reading)

And the 2014 losers are…

It’s an off year, so we’re switching things up in the CCN Election Center. Hopefully your candidate is not the unlucky one. We, of course, will bring you the winners as well as the losers. And before that, we will... (Continue reading)

Election is just one day away

The 2014 California primary election will take place Tuesday, and several local offices are up for grabs. San Luis Obispo County’s testiest races are the battles for the District 4 county supervisor seat and the district attorney’s seat. Appointed incumbent... (Continue reading)

Candidates finalized for June primary

The filing period has closed, and the list of candidates for the June 3 primary election is complete. No new names surfaced in the last week despite election officials extending some of the deadlines. Two supervisorial seats are up for... (Continue reading)