Benjamin Demers, Staff Writer
Created: 03/09/2012 01:56:43 PM PST
Dozens of local candidates for Congress, state Senate and Assembly, and supervisorial districts returned nomination papers to county Registrar of Voters in time for Friday’s deadline to run in the June 5 primary election.
In a change from years past, all candidates will be on one ballot, regardless of political affiliation. The top two vote-getters – even if from the same party – will advance to the general election Nov. 6.