Discretionary funds targeted at candidates’ Merced County forum

Merced County District 1 and 2 supervisor candidates squared off in a League of Women Voters forum on Thursday night. The discretionary funds that supervisors receive every year were a point of contention during the question-and-answer session, which also covered crime rates and economic development in the county.

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Bull Riding at the Merced County Spring Fair

The Jaripeo Ranchero (Bull Riding) at the Merced County Spring Fair in Los Banos Calif., Thursday, April 29, 2016.
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Bull Riding at the Merced County Spring Fair 01:00

Bull Riding at the Merced County Spring Fair

Lloyd Pareira 01:22

Lloyd Pareira

Ramon Prado 01:15

Ramon Prado

Jack Mobley 02:05

Jack Mobley