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Posted: Saturday, October 30, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:27 am, Sat Oct 30, 2010.

Ami Bera, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, raised $1,729,069.93 in individual contributions for the election cycle ending Sept. 30. A story on Page 3 of Friday's News-Sentinel gave an incorrect figure.

Also, Bera's campaign committee did not receive any contributions from either the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee or Actblue, according to Bera spokesman David Bergstein. Instead, some individuals and organizations sent contributions for Bera to the committee or Actblue, with the two organizations forwarding the checks to the Bera campaign, Bergstein said.


Comments by Liberty Ranch High School principal Brian Deis regarding establishing benchmarks for math and English were made during the Oct. 12 school board meeting. He was not interviewed for an article about Galt standardized test scores that ran on Page 5 of Thursday's Lodi News-Sentinel.

Also, information regarding site administrators visiting every classroom and observing teachers in between each seminar should have been attributed to Galt Joint Union High School District Superintendent Daisy Lee.


Marylou Powers has lived in Galt for 14 years. A Page 3 story in Tuesday's News-Sentinel had incorrect information.


Marie Willers was not raised by Eileen St. Yves. Her parents divorced when she was 11, and her dad raised her. A front-page story in Thursday's News-Sentinel had incorrect information.

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1 comment:

  • Doug Chaney posted at 7:30 pm on Sat, Oct 30, 2010.

    Doug Chaney Posts: 1232

    Lodi News-Sentinel, why don't you try for once in your failing little town newspaper to get it right the first time, and truthfully without your usual spin?



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