More than $22,000 was spent on the Measure C campaign, the overwhelming majority of that amount by those in favor of the measure, according to county records.
Measure C would have enabled the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District to pursue a fee to recharge the area's diminished groundwater basin. The measure was rejected by 68 percent of the voters in Tuesday's election.
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