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Election Results

Live election results for the November 8, 2022 General Election.


Reporting of Election Results

What is counted after Election Night?

  • Vote by Mail ballots returned/postmarked on Election Day and received by November 15
  • Conditional Voter Registration ballots
  • Provisional Ballots

Why are ballots counted after Election Night?

Vote by Mail, Conditional, and Provisional ballots returned on Election Day must be processed and verified before they can be counted and added to the results. In California, counties have 30 days to process, verify, and count these ballots – this period is known as the Official Election Canvass.

In a countywide election, there could be hundreds of thousands of ballots left to be counted after Election Night. Post-Election Night results will be reported regularly on a set schedule. View the full update schedule, here

Detailed information on the reporting of election results is available here


Impact of Census and Citizens’ Redistricting Commission

  • After the national census (conducted in 2020), the California Citizens’ Redistricting Commission updated district boundaries across the state
  • Some voters may be in new Congressional, State Assembly, State Senate, and State Board of Equalizations districts
  • Voters will see contests and candidates for their new district
  • Check which districts you live in by visiting LAVOTE.GOV/MYDISTRICT

Two Concurrent Elections for U.S. Senate Seat

  • There are two U.S. Senate contests on this ballot
    • One for the regular 6-year term ending January 3, 2029
    • One for the remainder of the current term ending January 3, 2023
  • Voters can vote for both contests

Election Resources

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