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November 3 Placer County Election Results

Post Date:09/22/2020 9:03 AM
To view Semi-Official November 3rd election results please visit Placer County's website by clicking here.
Additionally, you can track individual races on the County's election tracker by clicking here.
The vote count for the Election will become official upon the completion of the Canvass of the vote by Placer County. The election canvass process is an internal audit required by state law to ensure the accuracy of election results and must be completed within 28 days of the Election. The canvass procedures are covered in California Elections Code §15300 through §15376. Elections Code §15301 states that the canvass must begin no later than the first Thursday after Election Day and continue daily, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays until it is completed. 


The final, official report or Statement of Vote for the Election is issued at the close of the Official Canvass (to be completed within 30 days of the Election) and contains the final vote totals for the County. The Statement of Vote could have more than 20,000 additional votes over the total counted on Election Night, mostly from vote by mail ballots received on Election Day.

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