The Field Poll is predicting more than half of California voters will cast ballots by mail for Tuesday’s election.
Elections officials in Alameda County began their day early again Tuesday, tasked with counting several thousand more provisional ballots. But, Oakland’s mayoral race was still considered too close to call.
Voting by mail proved to be a convenient option for plenty of Californians in last week’s election. But, they’re finding the process has created an unintended consequence, with some races not likely to be determined for several weeks.
The race between incumbent Jerry McNerney and Republican challenger David Harmer remains too close to call.