Thursday, June 14, 2012

All San Mateo County votes are counted, certification by July 3, 2012

San Mateo County Journal/Michelle Durand, 6/14/12.  "All ballots counted, car tax wins."
 36.5% County registered voted, 63.50% did not.

....  "The Elections Office must still conduct a 1 percent manual tally and certify the vote before the results become official but all of the ballots have now been counted. 

....  The additional votes also bolstered voter turnout, bringing it up to 36.5 percent with 123,312 ballots cast out of the 337,702-person pool. A presidential primary usually brings in about 56 percent, according to David Tom, deputy assessor-county clerk-recorder.

The Elections Office will begin its 1 percent manual tally of the votes Friday, June 15. The tally confirms that the election was accurate by randomly choosing precincts to double-check. The process, which is open to the public, should take three to four days and the results finalized no later than July 3."   Read Article. 

Reference.-  For current results:  Shape the Future Race Tracker.  Although the count has changed, there has been no pass/fail results changes as shown on the Fix Pacifica article 6/5/12 Election results.

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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