Election Update on Key City Council, Board of Supervisors and Mayoral Races in I.E.

Election Update on Key City Council, Board of Supervisors and Mayoral Races in I.E.

Leo Cabral and S. E. Williams | BVN Staff

Yes, the election is over and yes, the Registrar of Voters in both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties are continuing to count votes.

Ballots still being processed include mail ballots, provisional and conditional voter registration provision ballots.

State legislation for this year’s presidential election required the Registrar of Voters (ROV)  around the state to continue accepting ballots through Nov. 20 provided they were mailed through the United States Postal Service and were postmarked by Nov. 3.

The ROVs in both counties are processing ballots and updating results daily on their respective websites. By law the counties are required to complete the count and certify the results by Tuesday, Dec. 1.  

See charts for the status of some of the key mayoral, city council and board of supervisors’ races in both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties as of  Friday, Nov. 20, 2020.

Riverside (Source: Leo Cabral)

San Bernardino (Source: Leo Cabral)

To follow these races until the counts are completed in San Bernardino County visit www.SBCountyElections.com updates are posted daily at 4 p.m.. For daily update in Riverside County visit voteinfo.net.

Leo Cabral is a proud first generation Chicanx multimedia journalist working on their associate degree in journalism at Riverside City College. They are a strong advocate for QTBIPOC visibility and rights. Leo is managing editor at Viewpoints, RCC’s student operated newspaper, and at Black Voice News and The IE Voice.

S. E. Williams is editor of the IE Voice and Black Voice News.

 

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