San Francisco Department of Elections: Election Results Report #16 and Ballot Processing Update

Department of Elections
City and County of San Francisco
John Arntz, Director

For Immediate Release
SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday, June 21, 2018 – The San Francisco Department of Elections issued the 16th preliminary results report of votes cast for the June 5, 2018, Consolidated Statewide Direct Primary Election. 

Today’s report includes one ballot card from precinct 7857.  The ballot card counted was a Card 1 which includes the contest for the Governor’s Office.  During the canvass of ballots and election materials from the polling places, the Department determined that this one card had not been previously counted. 

The Department will not count ballot cards tomorrow and will not issue a results report.   

All voters Citywide voted using ballots comprised of four-cards.  

All results reports are posted on the Department’s website:

sfelections.sfgov.org/june-5-2018-election-results-summary

Ballot Processing Update
Other than the one ballot card reported in today’s report the Department does not currently have more ballots to process and count.  Tomorrow, the Department will conduct one final review of materials to determine that all ballot cards cast for the June 2018 election have been counted and all votes have been reported. The Department expects to certify the election next week.

One Percent Manual Tally
Today, June 21, the Department concluded the One Percent Manual Tally that began on Monday, June 18, in the Department’s warehouse on Pier 48, Shed B.  The Department conducted the One Percent Manual Tally of votes cast in six precincts and compared those hand-counted totals to the results issued by the voting equipment.  The Manual Tally indicated that the equipment operated as previously tested before Election Day and properly recorded and reported results of votes cast.

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Department of Elections
City and County of San Francisco
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 48
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 554-4375
sfelections.org

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