Stanislaus voter turnout for June 3 primary was 26 percent

Bee Staff ReportsJune 12, 2014 

Stanislaus County voter turnout for the June 3 gubernatorial primary election was 26.4 percent, Clerk Recorder and Registrar of Voters Lee Lundrigan said Thursday in releasing certified results.

The certification of the vote includes an official summary, including a tally of votes conducted by Stanislaus County for qualified write-in candidates for governor, Congressional District 10 and Assembly District 21. In those races, all results from each of the counties involved must be viewed and combined to establish total votes received for qualified write-in candidates.

Stanislaus had 211,277 registered voters eligible to cast their ballot in the election, of which 55,835 voted. Of those, 45,704 ballots were cast by mail in Stanislaus County, compared with 10,131 Stanislaus voters going to the polls on Election Day.

The election results are posted at www.stanvote.com.

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