Measure J leading in vote count

Jun 8, 2010 at 8:57 PM--


It would appear that Measure J, which will determine the San Francisco 49ers' stadium fate in Santa Clara is leading by more than 61% with 10 of 58 precincts reporting.

The votes counted so far include the mail-in ballots which, according to Matt Maiocco of CSN, generally constitute 67-percent of vote.

Maiocco says, "Yep, it looks good for Santa Clara" on his Twitter page while Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee says "it's early."





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