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Final Measure C Ballot Counts In

Alameda County has finished counting all ballots from the June 5th primary election. The total number of votes increased, but the results for Measure C did not.

Updated figures from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters confirm that Measure C realized 8,616 “yes” votes, or 50.56 percent of the vote. The Registrar recorded 8,426 “no” votes.

Measure C needed a two-thirds super majority to pass.

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