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Election Coverage Picture Gallery

A campaign sign in Nevada City with a tag reminding people to “Vote Today”

(right) Jennifer Christensen of Grass Valley checking in at precinct 64C at Christopher’s Catering

Co. on Colfax Ave. in Grass Valley.

(left)Nevada Union High School student Sarah Campbell looks up her name with Amber Williams of Bear River.

In the background are precinct worker Lora Gemmill, Bitney Springs Charter High School student Marija Valfs and precinct worker Phil Gimmill.

An American Flag accompanies a “Vote Here” sign at the entrance of Seaman’s Lodge at Pioneer Park in Nevada City.

Jeff Meier a Senior at Nevada Union High School working at the Seaman’s Lodge Precinct A in Nevada City giving a voter his ballot Tuesday morning.

Meier and other seniors that attend the different high schools work at the voting precinct for their AP Government class.

Each student can earn money or credit for community services in the class.

Carole Gibson, who lives in the North Bloomfield Road area, signs before voting at the 49er Fire House on North Bloomfield Road Tuesday morning. In front is precinct worker Vernetta Hanes.

Left, a couple sits at a table to vote. Right, a person in the voting booth at Seaman’s Lodge at Pioneer Park in Nevada City Tuesday morning.

Peter Kraft of Nevada City reading a smaple ballot before voting at Seaman’s Lodge at Pioneer Park in Nevada City.

Tom Newmark of Nevada City gets his “I Voted” sticker from Precinct 16 worker Hank Hoyt. He voted at the Nevada City Veterans Hall on North Pine Street Tuesday morning.

Precinct workers waiting for voters to walk into the 49er Fire House. The Fire House is located on North Bloomfield Road and Highway 49 in Nevada City.

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