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Get your ballots and your writing instruments ready… it´s finally here.

Election Day, 2004.

In Tuolumne County, we have two regional measures: Measure E is the Yosemite Community College District Bond Measure, and Measure J is the Transient Occupancy Tax Increase.

There´s also the runoff for the District One Supervisor Seat in Tuolumne County, where incumbent Larry Rotelli is running against city councilwoman Liz Bass.

Things are busier in Calaveras County, where Measure D is the Transient Occupancy Tax and Measure E is the college bond measure.

There´s one county supervisor seat up for grabs, and three seats on the Angels Camp City Council.

There are also races on the Calaveras County Board of Education, Calaveras Unified School District, Mark Twain Health Care District, and Mark Twain Union Elementary School District.

And as if that weren´t enough, there are still the state and national races, including 15 propositions, the state assembly, the U.S. House and Senate, and of course, the President of the United States.

Polls open at 7am, and close at 8pm.

That´s when our Special Live Coverage will begin. Join AM-1450 KVML´s Mark Truppner, Sebastian Kunz, and Bridgette Fannucci for the latest numbers from both Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties.

And get the numbers and details online or catch our streaming broadcast at tonight.