• Election Results Certified Today June 27

    Monterey County Registrar of Voters Claudio Valenzuela has certified the results for the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election.
    The official results at www.MontereyCountyElections.us show a voter turnout of 37.11%.

    “This election showed voter participation at 37.11% compared to the last two similar primaries of 2014 and 2010 which had a voter turnout of 32.48% and 38.75% respectively.” said Monterey County Registrar of Voters, Claudio Valenzuela. “Regardless of turnout, preparations for any election follow a rigorous timeline that starts many months before election day. This time the preparations included a campaign to inform voters about the new ballot design, new vote by mail envelope, and the new office location”.

    “We are very appreciative to the 800 poll workers, temporary employees and the owners of the facilities that served as polling places for providing an invaluable service to our community,” added Valenzuela.

    Monterey County Elections employees will have only a short time to catch their breath, candidate filing for the November 2018 Statewide General Election opens July 16, 2018.

    For more information visit www.MontereyCountyElections.us or call (831) 796-1499.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 27, 2018

    Topics: Front PG News

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