Here are the latest Measure J results, posted a few minutes ago the Los Angeles County Registrar.
According to the Registar, 130,063 ballots were added to the election results today. It appears of those, 112,383 cast a vote in the Measure J election. That brings the estimated total still to be counted to 215,991 ballots, according to the Registrar.
Measure J needs two-thirds voter approval to pass. As we’ve said the last two weeks, it’s possible but unlikely due to two issues: 1) of the remaining votes to be counted, it’s unlikely all of them cast votes for or against Measure J, and; 2) Of the ballots remaining, it’s likely that at least 75 percent of them would need to be ‘yes’ votes for Measure J to pass.
The news release from the Registrar is posted after the jump.
November 6, 2012 Presidential General Election
FOURTH BALLOT COUNT UPDATE
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan
announced the following updated semifinal results as of today, November 20,
The update includes 130,063 ballots processed since election night consisting of
97,878 Vote by Mail ballots and 32,185 Precinct ballots, which includes
Provisional ballots. For vote totals on specific contests, please visit lavote.net.
This brings the updated estimate to approximately 215,991 ballots to be
Please remember that these results are subject to change throughout the
canvass period. The next official update is scheduled for Friday, November 23,
2012 at 1 p.m. All results and updates will be posted online as they become
Please see our Updated Canvass Schedule that includes new tally dates and
times online at http://www.lavote.net.
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County by providing essential records management and election services in a
fair, accessible and transparent manner. For more information, visit