Around the Capitol Releases Hourly Reports on Election Results
Though the election now seems almost like a distant memory, not much is set in stone. Many counties are still reporting hundreds of thousands of ballots uncounted from Tuesday’s race.
On Wednesday, LA County officials reported almost 150,000 ballots that have yet to be counted, meaning the close races for seats like state controller and Inland Empire congressional seat have yet to be officially decided. Santa Clara County also is reporting 90,000 ballots that still have to be counted. In the East Bay, Alameda County had 132,000 ballots counted and 72,000 uncounted after Election Night. In Contra Costa County, 102,500 were counted, with 50,000 outstanding.
Counties have 28 days from the date days from the date of the election to process election results before certifying the results and reporting them to the secretary of state.
Basically, this means the numbers are constantly getting updated.
Luckily, Around the Capitol has provided resources for those that are looking for the most up-to-date information available. In addition to detailed reports on each race, they provide hourly updates on each race as new information comes in.
You can visit their full list of races here. Click on the district or office that you want more information for and then be sure to click on the link for the “hourly election night report” for a report of the newest information available.