Where Do I Vote California
November 2, 2010 by USA Post
Where Do I Vote California, Millions of Californians have not yet returned their ballot vote by correspondence, and flooding expected returns on Election Day could delay results in tight races, officials said Monday.
58 counties of the state said it had received just under 3 million voters absent from early afternoon Wednesday – less than 40 percent of the 7.6 million ballots requested by state for general elections, according Association of California clerks and election officials.
In some counties, voting by mail should go beyond voting in person.
This means that a large number of returns last minute will not be processed on Tuesday, and the most competitive races may remain too close to call.
“The ballots are coming later than average and there are more of them than average, which means more ballots counted on election night,” said Contra Costa County Clerk Steve Weir, who believes that a quarter of the ballots by mail his county would not be included in the tally Tuesday.
Recent polls show a number of very close contests in California, including the races of lieutenant governor and attorney general. In addition, about half a dozen seats in Congress and several state legislative seats are thought to be involved
Gail Pellerin, Santa Cruz County clerk and head of the association statewide commission said Monday that the return rate so far has been what it should.
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