In an update provided late Wednesday afternoon by Bill Schultz, Recorder-Clerk-Registrar of Voters, the Elections Department still has about 13,400 mail-in ballots and provisional ballots to verify and count. He said once they have more results, they will be posted on their Website.
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Schultz said while the additional ballots may seem like a lot to examine and count, the ballots come from all over the county so, “it’s hard to predict what kind of impact they might have on individual races. However, on the optimistic side, these figures given here, once counted in would take us (possibly) up to an 80 percent turnout for the election.”