A former U.S. marshal who lives in Lodi is facing off with a current assemblyman and pediatrician for the newly redrawn 9th Assembly District seat.
Democrat Richard Pan of Sacramento received 19,483 votes, or 38.2 percent of the vote, during the primary election last Tuesday. Republican Tony Amador of Lodi came in second with 9,997 votes, or 19.6 percent.
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