San Mateo County’s 70,496 Uncounted Votes as of Wednesday June 6, 2018

Chief Elections Officer Mark Church said officials had yet to count 70,496 votes as of Wednesday night.

Now the next question: What is that number for Thursday night and Friday night?

Why isn’t that information available on the County’s website.

Mark Simon of Political Climate reported this on June 6, 2018 : “County elections chief Mark Church told Political Climate this morning there could be as many as 45,000-50,000 ballots that have yet to be counted.

That is a 25,000 ballot difference and that is only to Wednesday.

This election was not the normal election, the residents have been misinformed by most of the Advertising Businesses through their endorsement pieces and most elected officials endorsed Carlos Bolanos for Sheriff when they should have investigated and fired him in 2007. The last few days of this election most likely had voters who voted for Mark Melville after they became aware of the truth about the night of April 21, 2007.

Time will tell.

Thank You to all the candidates who made themselves available to the residents of San Mateo County both on the ballot and the Write In Candidates.

By Michael G. Stogner


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One response to “San Mateo County’s 70,496 Uncounted Votes as of Wednesday June 6, 2018

  1. Rotundist

    There is no way Melville can overtake Bolanos, even with the outstanding ballots. Unfortunately, the margin between them has gotten wider.

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