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Weekly Election Update 11.22.11

from: on Nov 22, 2011

Last week EAC blogged about the difference between “unofficial” and “official” election results. Many jurisdictions have now completed the canvass and certified the results. For example:

LA County, CA Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan tweeted a link to the certified results for Nov. 8 local and municipal elections.

Multnomah Co., OR posted its final results.

Monterey Co., CA posted its Statement of Votes Cast, the county's official record of the total number of votes cast.

The Franklin Co., OH Board of Elections will certify general election results today at 3 p.m.

Denver’s clerk and recorder tweeted the official results of the Nov. 1 Coordinated Election.

Other election updates

Clay Co., FL Supervisor of Elections Chris Chambless tweets a link to the latest newsletter, which includes the five keys to voter success.

The Kansas City Election Board reminds voters to update their registration if they’ve moved.

Osceola Co., FL reminds the public they have until Jan. 3 to register to vote or update registration for the Jan. 31 Presidential Primary.

Allen Co., OH posted its new precinct maps. Notices will be sent to voters in January.

Pasco Co., FL Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley tweets the latest voter registration statistics.

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