Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State
June 4, 2014
Contact: Shannan Velayas, (916) 653-6575
SACRAMENTO – Just as they do after every statewide election, California county elections officials are currently counting the hundreds of thousands of vote-by-mail, provisional and other ballots that are not counted on election day.
County elections officials have until July 4 to ensure every eligible ballot is counted accurately and certify final election results to the Secretary of State. Then the Secretary of State has until July 11 to review the materials, resolve any reporting discrepancies and compile the 58 county reports for complete election results. Continue reading