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March 3, 2020 — Primary Election
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Ballot: Overview —March 3, 2020 —Primary Election

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County Central Committee, Supervisorial District 1, Sacramento County Democratic Party

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15,239 votes (8.07%)
14,070 votes (7.45%)
13,712 votes (7.26%)
12,419 votes (6.57%)
11,611 votes (6.15%)
11,313 votes (5.99%)
11,264 votes (5.96%)
10,241 votes (5.42%)
9,793 votes (5.18%)
9,597 votes (5.08%)
9,348 votes (4.95%)
8,623 votes (4.56%)
8,242 votes (4.36%)
7,020 votes (3.72%)
6,538 votes (3.46%)
5,943 votes (3.15%)
5,647 votes (2.99%)
5,454 votes (2.89%)
5,211 votes (2.76%)
4,045 votes (2.14%)
3,605 votes (1.91%)
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