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Nov. run-off required in SCCo 4th District - 06/04/14AA 01:13 og

With 100% of the precincts reporting, no Santa Cruz County 4th District Supervisor candidate received the 50% plus 1 vote required to be declared the winner. Therefore, in November, incumbent Greg Caput, with forty-five point four seven percent (45.47%) or sixteen hundred votes (1600), will face former Police Chief Terry Medina, who received twenty-seven point six eight percent (27.68%) or nine hundred seventy-four votes (974 votes).

Jimmy Dutra finished third with twenty-three point two seven (23.27%) followed by Dana Sales with three point three eight percent.(3.38%)

 

County Supervisor 4th District
20/20 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
NPP - GREG CAPUT 1,600 45.47%
NPP - TERRY MEDINA 974 27.68%
NPP - JIMMY DUTRA 819 23.27%
NPP - DANA M. SALES 119 3.38%
WRITE-IN 7 0.20%
Total 3,519 100.00%

 

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Hart declared winner in SC Co Sheriff race - 06/04/14AA 01:13 og

With one hundred percent of the precincts reported, Jim Hart is projected to be the winner of the 2014 Santa Cruz County Sheriff/Coroner race. Hart received sixty-five point three three percent (65.33%) or twenty-thousand one hundred forty (20,140) votes….far more than the 50% plus one vote required to avoid a run-off in November. Roger Wildey received twenty-one point six four percent (21.64%) or six thousand six-hundred seventy votes(6,670), with Bob Pursley finishing third with twelve and a half percent (12.50%) or three thousand eight hundred fifty four votes (3,854).

Hart was endorsed by sheriff Phil Wowak when Wowak announced his retirement in March of this year.


Santa Cruz County Sheriff-Coroner
200/200 100.00%
Vote Count Percent
NPP - JIM HART 20,140 65.33%
NPP - ROGER WILDEY 6,670 21.64%
NPP - ROBERT J. PURSLEY JR. 3,854 12.50%
WRITE-IN 163 0.53%
Total 30,827 100.00%

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The Saturday Special with Michael Zwerling- May 31st 2014- Why are Americans Leaving the U.S.?


The Saturday Special with Michael Zwerling- May 31st 2014- Why are Americans Leaving the U.S.?


Fukushima and radiation, political unrest, a tyrannical government, what could be causing rational citizens to pack up and move.....to another country?! Listen to the story of Bodhi Krohl and decide for yourself if this all paranoia or something that everyone needs to pay attention to. Wake up America, before your country leaves you!

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Tonight on Out in Santa Cruz 7pm

Happy LGBTQ Pride weekend!

In addition to this week's hot topics, we share candid LGBTQA interviews from this year's Queer Youth Leadership Awards held at New Brighton Middle School.   And, Steph reports live from the 22nd annual Dyke Trans March and Pink.Party!

Check out all the Pride weekend festivites at www.diversitycenter.org 

Listen, call in, and get queered!

Hosted by Steph, Shaun, & Rob

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How much does privacy matter?

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On It's A Question Of Balance With Ruth Copland this Saturday at 8 PM we'll be considering  ‘How much does your privacy matter? Most online services now require that you sign Terms and Conditions where you agree to them changing the terms at any time and to them divulging your data to third parties. Should we be thinking about how much our privacy is worth as a commodity? Does your privacy in your real personal life feel different to you than on the internet? There is talk of using our online data to anticipate crime by sifting through our searches. Should we have the right to think how we want – and therefore to investigate what we want? Isn’t it actions that are punishable not thoughts if they are not expressed and don’t hurt others? Or is it worth giving up this kind of privacy for us to stay safe?  Join the conversation! Call the studio with your thoughts on 831 479 1080 or email comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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