Riverside County expects to certify results from the June 7 primary election on Thursday, June 30, officials announced Wednesday evening, June 22.
About 500 vote-by-mail and 500 provisional ballots remained to be counted in the latest update from the Registrar of Voters. The primary narrowed the field of candidates running for legislative, congressional and statewide offices and in most cases, decided who won judgeships and county offices.
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Voter turnout in Riverside County for the primary stands at 28.7%, according to the California Secretary of State. That’s slightly below the statewide average of 32.1%.
The county has until July 8 to report its final election results to the secretary of state, which will certify statewide results July 15.
The general election is Nov. 8.