CA primary election: Latest election results in Central California

FRESNO, California (KFSN) – Election results have begun to fall in Central California and across the state.

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The polling stations worked until the early hours of Wednesday morning to prepare postal ballots that will be counted in the coming days.

On election night, a number of cars stormed the Fresno County polling station in southeastern Fresno, dumping materials from polling stations and polling stations across the county.

Coalinga ballot papers were flown in by helicopter from the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office, and around 10:00 a.m., the last of the results arrived.

Officials say the overall election day went smoothly.

Election officials completed Tuesday night by removing the security flap that covered the voter’s signature on the envelope.

This was a new feature of these elections to keep the signatures of the voters safe until they are in the hands of an election worker.

These dossiers have been accumulated and from Wednesday, these votes will start to be processed.



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