16th Senate District candidates, Andy Vidak and Leticia Perez, push for final votes
Candidates continue making calls, visits
Last Updated: 144 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Round two for the 16th District Senate race comes to a head on Tuesday.
On the run-off ballot is: Republican Andy Vidak, a Hanford farmer and Democrat Leticia Perez, Kern County Supervisor.
Today, both camps who are vigorously trying to get the vote out making phone calls and going door-to-door.
Both candidates have had strong words for voters explaining their stance on things like water in the Central Valley, high speed rail, minimum wage and unemployment.
They both came out with TV ads contending each others weak points.
You may remember that Vidak initially won the special election by four-thousand votes. but late mail-in and provisional ballots, counted several days later, pushed him under the 50 percent mark.
Tuesdays runoff election will determine who will represent the 16th District. The seat that Michael Rubio left empty after stepping down, citing family reasons.
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