Politics & Government

February 5, 2014 8:41 PM

District attorney, supervisor races show fundraising activity

The first round of campaign disclosure statements for San Luis Obispo County's contested offices in the June 3 direct primary election were released Tuesday, revealing fundraising efforts that in some races are nearly neck and neck.

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