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Napa County released its second unofficial post-election night report at 4:15 p.m. Monday June 13, 2022. Election results are available on the county website.
“We are continuing to receive vote by mail ballots that were postmarked on Election Day which means that our total ballot count is still climbing,” commented Napa County Registrar of Voters John Tuteur.
As of 4:00 p.m Monday June 13, 2022 the Napa County Election Division estimates that there are still more than 15,000 ballots to be counted which would represent a 44% projected overall turnout of all registered voters. The remaining uncounted ballots include ballots ready to be counted 14,000; ballots needing signature verification 1,000; same day registration ballots (approximately 41); damaged ballots that need to be duplicated (approximately 1800); provisional ballots (approximately 5). Added to this total are ballots that were challenged for no signature or mismatched signature on the return envelope (approximately 1600) which can be corrected up until Friday June 24, 2022.
All processes including counting, duplicating and manual tally can be observed by members of the public at the Election Division, 1127 1st St. Ste E Napa CA during regular business hours.
Please contact Napa County Registrar of Voters John Tuteur 707-253-4459 or [email protected] with questions or comments.