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MORE BAY AREA NEWS: GIANTS FEEL GOOD ON BALLPARK VOTE
Published March 19, 1996
San Francisco voters go to the polls a week from today to consider a proposal to build a $255M ballpark in the city's China Basin region. With polls showing the measure being backed by a "large margin," Giants officials and other backers are "brimming with confidence," according to this morning's SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Michael Dorgan writes, "What makes the ballot measure a likely winner is private financing" (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 3/19).