There are an estimated 26,000 ballots still to be counted in San Diego County. That includes Vote by Mail, provisional, and conditional voter registration ballots.
Click here for the results in San Diego County, including all local races, and click here for the statewide results in California and for Congressional 49, 50, 51, State Senate 36, 40, State Assembly 71, 75. These numbers are unofficial and will be updated as the remaining ballots are counted in the coming days.
It typically takes weeks for all ballots to be processed and counted. State law requires county election officials report their final results to the Secretary of State by July 6, 2018. The Secretary of State has until July 13, 2018, to certify the results for the election.
In processing these ballots, elections officials confirm each voter's registration status, verify each voter's signature on the vote-by-mail envelope, and ensure each person did not vote elsewhere in the same election.