Watch election results come in on county election site

[Note, Shape the Future is an excellent web site for watching election returns and learning about the electoral process in general. It covers both local and non-local races and issues and is overseen by Carol Marks, Communications Director for San Mateo County. Shape the Future is a great asset to our community.]

PRESS RELEASE

Election Night Results

(Redwood City, CA) “San Mateo County election night returns for the June 8 Gubernatorial Primary Election will begin to be reported at 8:05 p.m. on the elections web site, www.shapethefuture.org. Subsequent returns will be released on the half-hour until the count is completed,” according to Warren Slocum, Chief Elections Officer for San Mateo County.

The election results schedule is as follows:

Vote by Mail Ballot Results
8:05 p.m.

All-Mail Ballot Precinct Results
8:30 p.m.

Early Voting Center Results
9:00 p.m.

Live Precinct Results
9:30 p.m.

Live Precinct Results
10:00 p.m.

Live Precinct Results
10:30 p.m.

Live Precinct Results
11:00 p.m.

Live Precinct Results
11:30 p.m.

Election night returns will be available in three different formats:

The “RaceTracker” Web App: The web application, RaceTracker, allows a person to select all races or key races, to see what percentage of the vote has been reported, to know which precincts have reported, and to determine the percentage and raw vote totals that are from Vote by Mail ballots, early voting, and/or election day precinct voting.

On PDF: This printable Semi-Official Report on PDF format is especially good if a paper copy of the results issued at each reporting interval is desired.

An HTML Report: This at-a-glance Semi-Official Report in HTML is easy to scroll through and quickly check the vote totals.

Web visitors to www.shapethefuture.org can also:

Watch the movement of ballots from the precincts to the tally room on thePrecinct Tracker web app
Watch the video cam of the tally room activity
Read (and respond to) tweets on the Election News Now! Twitter account
Read (and comment) on the Inside Elections blog
Link to the Secretary of State’s website for statewide results

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