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What to watch for in June 3 primary

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Voter turnout is expected to be low in California’s primary election but slightly higher in the city of San Diego.

Registrar of Voters for San Diego County, Michael Vu expects about 35 percent of registered voters to cast their ballot on Tuesday.

“There is no shortage of candidates and measures that are going to be on the ballot,” said Vu.

There is the governor’s race and 52nd congressional race but contested local races include the race for District Attorney and San Diego City Council District #2 and #6.

Also Proposition B and C are on the ballot which involves the Barrio Logan Community Plan.

It was approved by the city council last fall and would uphold changes and develop separate homes and schools from heavy industrial areas with a buffer zone.

Nearby shipyards oppose the zoning plan saying it would drive suppliers out of the area and raise costs.

The primary election is June 3. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can find your precinct by going to the Registrar of Voters website.

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