Local elections produce surprising evidence of cross-party voting.
Thursday, November 7, 1996
Following a national trend, on election day Central Coast voters chose on ideologically mixed bag in local and state races, voting for a Democratic president, congressman and one assembly-member, an environmentalist for supervisor, and Republican for state assembly and senate.
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