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California ballot propositions could boost usually lackluster midterm voter turnout

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Turnout in California midterm election could be fueled by hot-button ballot propositions.

It's just five months until primary day in California's mid-term elections. Voters typically don't turn out for these contests the way they do when choosing a president.

But KPCC's Washington Correspondent Kitty Felde says conventional wisdom about low voter turnout in midterm elections may be turned on its ear in the Golden State this year.

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