The Signal Tribune will publish live updates on Moncton and Signal Hill election results once the vote is received by the Los Angeles County Registrar’s office.
The following results do not indicate a winner. Rather, these numbers correspond to the total number of votes counted so far.
The results are published in the following order:
• Email all ballot papers received prior to election day
• Any early face-to-face polls made in a polling center in the last 10 days
• All ballot papers submitted in a voting center on election day
Los Angeles County Chancellor Mike Sanchez said the census would last all night.
“In March we counted election night around five in the morning,” said Sanchez. “I hope we don’t have to stay that long, but we will be here until we count everything that came in at a voting center today.”
Email ballot papers received after election day, same day registration votes, and tentative ballots will be posted on the screen of the Los Angeles County Registrar’s screen after the election.
All ballots will be transported by the sheriff to the registrar’s Downey operations center, Sanchez said. Once received by the operations staff, they are taken to a room to be inspected and prepared. These ballot papers are placed in a tray that goes into the counting room to be officially counted.
“It’s on a flow basis all night until we get every ballot back,” said Sanchez.
The Signal Tribune will regularly track local counts through the Los Angeles County Registrar’s website.
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