Merced County District 2 supervisor candidates Lee Lor, Casey Steed and Hub Walsh listen to a question from the audience at the Merced County Association of Realtors forum on Tuesday, April 12. Results from the June 7 primary show Lor and Walsh will head to a runoff vote in November.
Merced County District 2 supervisor candidates Lee Lor, Casey Steed and Hub Walsh listen to a question from the audience at the Merced County Association of Realtors forum on Tuesday, April 12. Results from the June 7 primary show Lor and Walsh will head to a runoff vote in November. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Merced County District 2 supervisor candidates Lee Lor, Casey Steed and Hub Walsh listen to a question from the audience at the Merced County Association of Realtors forum on Tuesday, April 12. Results from the June 7 primary show Lor and Walsh will head to a runoff vote in November. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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