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A [[ballot measure]] is {{tooclose}} '''Too Close to Call''' when vote totals are within 5% for both support and opposition. This is subject to change as official vote totals are released
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A ballot measure is Too close to calltc Too Close to Call when vote totals are within 5% for both support and opposition. This is subject to change as official vote totals are released