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NEVADA CITY, Calif. June 6, 2018 – With 3,358 votes counted in Nevada County’s District 3, incumbent Dan Miller holds a 246-vote lead over challenger Hilary Hodge.

Miller was favored by mail-in voters with 1,564 votes to Hodge’s 1,263.

Early voters reduced the 300 vote gap between the two candidates with 44 additional votes for Hodge to Miller’s 28.

Election day voters further narrowed Miller’s lead, adding 131 votes for Miller and 160 for Hodge.

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According to the May 21st report of registration, District 3 had 12,740 registered voters. On election night, 3,359 ballots were counted for the district – a 26.63% voter turnout. This number will change over the coming weeks as the Elections Office tallies the remaining ballots.