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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Low voter turnout for run-off in District 8 by 2 p.m.

L-R: District 8 Council candidate Diane Cibrian with young poll workers, Diane interviewed by Telemundo-60, Dr. Morris Stribling supporters, Dan Corbett with Dr. Stribling, Hunter's Creek polling place, Woods of Shavano polling place, Woods of Shavano Election Judge, Diane's aunt at Woods of Shavano, Stribling staffer Nicole Gomez & her mother campaign coordinator, Debbie Martinez, signs, Cibrian young workers, Stribling young poll workers, District 8 Council candidate Dr. Morris Stribling interviewed by Telemundo-60 Reporter & Photographer Roy Ibarra

Workers for the two candidates at the polls in District 8 spent most of their day talking to each other or Telemundo-60, as voter turnout was sporadic at best. At Hunter's Creek, Diane Cibrian & Dr. Morris Stribling waved to would-be voters as they dribbled into the polls to decide who would be the next District 8 City Councilperson.

By 2 p.m. only 125 voters had cast their ballot at Hunter's Creek, considered one of the stronger voting places in the District. Voting ends at 7 p.m. (posted @ 3:30 p.m.)

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