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June 2, 2014 12:00 AM

This Week: Flood of advertising may not raise voter turnout

Experts predict that turnout may hit a record low in this primary, since it’s a nonpresidential year and neither of the Republic candidates for governor has a realistic chance of unseating Gov. Jerry Brown. But you wouldn’t know that from the flood of advertising.

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