Hemet and San Jacinto voters put democracy into action

Election-night results now, absentee-ballot tallies later in the week ■ Chronicle News Staff Voters from throughout the Valley went to the polls on Tuesday and cast their ballots for their preferred candidates and gave a thumbs up or down on some 15 measures that were on the ballot including one authorizing a $150 million Hemet school bond and others bringing the business of growing and selling marijuana in Hemet further into mainstream life. Polls opened at 7 a.m. and voters had a full 13 hours – until 8 p.m. – to cast their votes. Voter fever was high, and pollsters had predicted a large turnout compared to prior years as Gov.

This content is restricted to site members. If you are an existing user, please log in. New users may register below.

Existing Users Log In