Nearly 4 Million Bay Area Residents Voted In 2020 ElectionNearly 4 million people in the Bay Area's nine counties voted in the 2020 election, breaking voter turnout records in some. Eight of those counties reported finalizing results by Wednesday.
Santa Clara County Voter Turnout Set To Exceed Record From 2008Santa Clara County is set to break yet another record this election cycle.
11.8 Million Californians Have Already Voted Ahead Of Election Day, Secretary Of State ReportsIn another sign of unprecedented turnout for the 2020 election, more than half of California's registered voters had already cast ballots ahead of Election Day, the Secretary of State's office announced.
'Voters Have Responded' - 1.5 Million Californians Have Turned In Ballots 3 Weeks Before Election DayWith less than three weeks until Election Day, the California Secretary of State's office said elections officials have received 10 times as many vote-by-mail ballots so far compared to this point in 2016.
Bay Area Election Officials See Surge In Ballots In 1st Week Of Early Voting - 'They Want To Make Sure'If the first week is any indication, the Bay Area could be heading towards unprecedented turnout in the 2020 election.
Increased Youth, Latino Voter Turnout Put Sanders Over The Top In CaliforniaTwo key groups made their presence felt in last night's California primary: there were big increases in young and Latino voters throughout California who helped put Bernie Sanders over the top in the Golden State.
With Registration At Record Levels, Voter Turnout Strong In Bay AreaInterest in voting in Tuesday's election has hit historic levels in at least two Bay Area counties and statewide, according to officials in San Francisco, San Mateo and Contra Costa counties and Sacramento.
Early Returns Indicate Low Turnout In California PrimaryMore than 4 million votes had been counted Wednesday afternoon. Those votes represent about 22 percent of registered voters.
Estimate: 49 Percent Of Voters Turned Out For California Primary, 8 Points Below 2008 RecordAbout 8.9 million people are estimated to have turned out for the state's presidential primary election this week.
Voter Turnout In California Average At Best, Despite Surge In RegistrationVoter turnout in California's primary looked about average, despite a last-minute surge in registration and an unusually competitive presidential contest.
California Elections Officials Brace For Big June Primary TurnoutCalifornia's secretary of state is preparing for a major surge in voter turnout for the state's June 7 presidential primary, a day that could prove decisive for both parties.
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At Least 770,000 Ballots Outstanding From California’s Primary ElectionAt least 770,000 ballots have not yet been counted from California's primary election. The secretary of state's office posted a partial tally Thursday afternoon that shows the totals of outstanding ballots in 24 of California's 58 counties.
California GOP Savors Some Surprises From June PrimaryApathetic Democrats who didn't bother to vote undercut party candidates in California, where Republicans eager to send an Election Day rebuke to President Barack Obama and Sacramento Democrats made their mark in key races.
California Voter Turnout Was 72 Percent In November ElectionCalifornia’s Secretary of State said more than half the voters who cast ballots in the November election voted by mail—the highest rate yet for a general election.