Today's California primary election doesn't promise to bring the voters out in large numbers. Austin Erdman, San Joaquin County's registrar of voters, expects a turnout of less than 30 percent in the county.
So it will be a small percentage of the citizenry who will determine which Republican will try to oust Jerry McNerney from Congress, which Republican will get the nod in the 14th Senate District, whether Steve Moore will continue to be county sheriff, whether Don Nottoli continues to represent Galt on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors and if Lodi's Alan Nakanishi gets the Republican nomination for Board of Equalization.
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