Politics & Government

November 18, 2013 7:28 PM

The Buzz: California election officials tally cost estimates for Senate special election

Election officials in Riverside and San Bernardino counties estimated Monday that it will cost them about $1.1 million to hold a stand-alone special election next year to fill the vacancy created by the surprise resignation of state Sen. Bill Emmerson, R-Redlands.

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