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Election day: Several races up for grabs

Polls will be open today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Get the latest updates after the polls close at http://www.tahoedailytribune.com

To find your polling place, consult the back of the sample ballot that you should have received in the mail. For more information, call the El Dorado County elections office at (530) 621-7480 or visit its Web site at http://www.co.el-dorado.ca.us/elections.

” Barbara Bannar, incumbent

” Michael P. Doyle, M.D., pediatrician

” Larry Green, community college instructor

” Lauri Kemper, water-quality engineer

” Sue Novasel, incumbent

” Jill Sanders, Realtor

” Karen M. Borges, chiropractor

” Kenneth Rollston, incumbent

” Frederick “Fritz” Wenck, incumbent

(Note: Although William M. Burns appears on the ballot, Burns announced in September that he was dropping out of the race.)

Seat 1 – Unexpired Short-Term

” Ernie Claudio, retired

” Julie Threewit, businessperson

Seat 3 – one full term

” Mary Lou Mosbacher, farmer

” John W. Runnels, business owner

Seat 4 – one full term

” Dale I. Rise, contractor

” Duane Wallace, incumbent

” Larry Calof, incumbent

” Dana Clark, operations manager

” James P. Kelly, business owner, inventor

” Karl Stauffer, incumbent

” Eric Thaden, Realtor, property manager

” Terri L. Thomas, ecologist

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