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UPDATED ELECTION RESULTS: Lake Elsinore And Wildomar Races

Here the results updated at 8:17 p.m. Nov. 13.

CLICK HERE FOR NOV. 26 CERTIFIED RESULTS.

NOTE FROM REGISTRAR'S OFFICE AS OF 8:17 p.m. Nov. 13: Approximately 60,000 provisional and 9,000 damaged ballots that require duplication still must be processed. The next updated results will be posted at 6 p.m. on Friday.

NOTE FROM EDITOR: Click here to read the election results for California propositions.

42nd Congressional District

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Rep. Ken Calvert (R) - incumbent 61.09% -- winner

Michael Williamson (D) 38.91%

67th State Assembly District 

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Melissa Melendez (R-Lake Elsinore) 51.85% -- winner

Phil Paule (R-French Valley) 48.15%

Riverside County Supervisor, First District

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Supervisor Bob Buster (incumbent) 49.62%

Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries 50.38% -- winner

Lake Elsinore City Council

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Jerry Carlos 11.13%

Natasha Johnson 19.68% -- winner

Councilman Bob Magee (incumbent) 21.07% --winner

Steve Manos 14.71% -- winner

Rick Morsch 8.74%

William Park 8.28%

Craig Turner 6.89%

Councilman Peter Weber (incumbent, but was appointed to the position) 9.50%

Lake Elsinore City Treasurer

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Allen Baldwin 100% -- winner

Wildomar City Council

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Bob Cashman (incumbent) 28.66% -- winner

Richard Cary 9.42%

Mitch Miller 27.03%

Councilwoman Bridgette Moore (incumbent) 34.89% -- winner

Wildomar’s Measure Z

Percentage of precincts tallied: 100%

Yes 67.77% -- measure passed

No 32.23%

Toni McAllister November 11, 2012 at 05:53 PM
The ballots from all precincts are in. There are those few remaining mail-in ballots that must still be counted. The provisional ballots are those in which a voter cast a ballot at a polling place outside his or her polling area. For example, if you live in Lake Elsinore but were in Palm Springs when you cast your ballot. The Registrar has told us those provisional ballots will take up to two weeks from the Nov. 6 date to count. The damaged ballots are not expected to take quite as long -- she hopes. The Registrar has until Dec. 4 to certify the final results. Requests for recounts must come within five days of the certification. If the Supervisor race gets closer, or Measure Z gets closer, I don't think a request for recount is out of the question.
Toni McAllister November 11, 2012 at 05:58 PM
The win for Kevin Jeffries is not official. He still has the lead, but the Registrar has about 85,000 outstanding ballots to count (as of Saturday evening). The final results will still have to be certified (Dec. 4 is the deadline). There may be requests for recounts, but those must be received by the Registrar's office within five days of that Dec. 4 date. I will keep updating this results page, but you can also visit the Registrar's site at www.voteinfo.net
Martha L. Bridges November 14, 2012 at 11:28 PM
While it is true that close counts often don't change the ultimate results, it is premature to say that Kevin Jeffries or Bob Cashman have won their election or that Measure "Z" has passed, because as of the latest update, there remained 69,000 ballots that had yet to be processed. Approximately 60,000 provisional and 9,000 damaged ballots that require duplication still must be processed. The next updated results will be posted at 6pm on Friday.
The Teller of Truth November 15, 2012 at 12:26 AM
Sour grapes Marfa? You & Gil can't let it go yet? Why don't you hold your breat until every last ballot is counted...PLEASE!

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