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Tulare County Voters Vote Against Bond Measure That Would Help Finance New Hospital Building
ABC News

Voters within the Kaweah Delta Health Care District decidedly voted no on a bond measure that would help finance a new hospital building. About a third of the total voters in the district turned in their Measure H ballots on Tuesday. More than 18,000 people in the district voted, and 57-percent checked no on their ballots. “It was a steady flow all day long,” said Tulare County Registrar of Voters Rita Woodward. “Sometimes a stand-alone election is better, it just depends. It could cost a little more because on the June and November ballot, the cost is spread out more.