(From Press Release) – As of June 6, 2018, 28,172 Yolo County 2018 Primary Election ballots had been processed. There are currently 111,128 registered voters in Yolo County. This figure includes the results of all processed vote-by-mail ballots received prior to Election Day and all voted precinct ballots. Yolo County has 138 precincts and reported results were received from all of them, indicating 100% reporting.
As of June 13, 2018, there are 16,546 vote-by-mail ballots, 2,181 provisional ballots, 304 duplicated damaged ballots, and 113 conditional ballots yet to be processed. The number of vote-by-mail ballots still to be processed includes those received through the mail the day prior to and on Election Day, those dropped off at a polling place on Election Day, those received up to 3 days after Election Day that were postmarked as of 6/5/18 and vote-by-mail ballots forwarded from other counties. Beginning Thursday June 14, 2018, the Elections Office will begin scanning a portion of these vote-by-mail ballots that remain to be processed.
“We invite the public to come into the Election Office and observe our processes as our continued commitment to complete transparency for the residents of Yolo County. Staff members and volunteers have been working tirelessly to provide accurate and timely election results,” says Jesse Salinas, Yolo County Clerk /Recorder/Assessor and Registrar of Voters.
Unofficial results will be updated on the Elections website www.yoloelections.org at the end of the day on Thursday June 14, 2018 once that portion of vote-by-mail ballots have been processed.
When the canvass period has concluded and certified election results have been reported to the Secretary of State, official 2018 Primary Election results will be reported and posted on our website.
For more information from Yolo County Elections visit: www.yoloelections.org or call (530) 666-8133.