Based on the information from San Mateo County Election Office there was a total of 286,210 ballots received, of that amount 265,793 ballots tallied a total 249,288 voted either yes or no for Measure W. That also means that 16,605 votes were not tallied or didn’t vote either way for Measure W. = 6.24% of the 265,793.
With a total of 20,417 remaining ballots to be tallied, minus the 6,24% No tally or vote for Measure W average leaves 19,149 votes to be tallied. The Yes on Measure W would have to get 68.7% of the remaining ballots “and they are statistically unlikely to meet the necessary threshold”.
With that information We are calling Measure W Failed.
Total Registered Voters 399,591, 286,210 Voted = 72% Turnout
San Mateo County Elections Office should display:
Registered Voters 399,591 100.0%
Total Ballots Received (turn out) 286,210 72.0%
Vote by Mail 260,000 65.1%
Vote Center 26,210 6.7%
Total Ballots Counted 265,793 53.3%
Ballots received, damaged or challenged ##### ##.#%
Ballots received but not counted 20,417 5.1%
Credit Thomas Weissmiller
By Michael G. Stogner