ELECTION UPDATE: Over 25,000 Mendocino ballots left to be counted.


Mendocino County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder Susan M. Ranochak announced that as with every other election, there are ballots left to be processed as part of the official canvass.

Mendocino County has 25,407 Vote By Mail ballots still to process, and 1160 Provisional ballots to review and process.

Of the outstanding ballots left to count, the approximate breakdowns for the Supervisorial District are as follows:
1st Supervisorial District – 4,293 ballots;
2nd Supervisorial District – 5,400;
3rd Supervisorial District – 5,044 ballots;
4th Supervisorial District – 5,462 ballots &
5th Supervisorial District – 6,368 ballots.

We have 7943 ballots to count that are within the cities of Ukiah, Willits, Fort Bragg and Point Arena – the approximate breakdown for our cities is as follows:

City of Ukiah – 4,986 ballots;
City of Willits – 1,271 ballots;
City of Fort Bragg – 1,591 ballots and the
City of Point Arena has 95 ballots to count.
Per State law, we have 28 days to complete the canvass. The Statement of Vote, which breaks down results by precinct, will be available at that time.

*** If you would like to participate in observing the vote count, please email us at mendocinoheritageinitiative[at]gmail.com.