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The early indication is that Measure H will pass and Measure I will fail in Dana Point according to unofficial results from the Orange County Registrar of Voters.

With all precincts completely reported, Measure H has a comfortable lead, while Measure I looks poised to fail by a similar margin. As it stands at 8 a.m. Wednesday morning:

Measure H: The 2015 Town Center Initiative (citizen-led initiative)
Yes: 4,706 (59.3%)
No: 3,226 (40.7%)

Measure I: The Town Center and Public Parking Measure (City Council-led initiative)
Yes: 3,251 (41.0%)
No: 4,669 (59.0%)

24 of 24 precincts reporting completed, according to the Registrar.

The Registrar has one more scheduled update for all election results in California at 5 p.m. Wednesday. This update will include any mail-in ballots that have not already been counted.

Stay tuned to for more updates, and check out this week’s issue to see what the impact of the results will be in Dana Point.

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