All 454 precincts have been reported but there are still many more votes to be counted in Tuesday’s primary election. You can see the early results below and we’ll update them through the night. So far, turnout is low, with only about 21% of Berkeley registered voters turning in their ballot (despite reports of a briefly overstuffed ballot box outside the North Berkeley library).
If you want to see the most recent results for every local race, go to the Alameda County Registrar of Voters’ website, and if you want state results, go to the Secretary of State’s page. Results should be updated throughout the night shortly after the polls close at 8 p.m.
When will we know who the winners are? It could be difficult to determine winners in close races. Ballots mailed by June 7 and received before June 14 will be counted, so it could be a while before final numbers are known. We won’t be calling races, but we’ll report when candidates declare victory or concede. This is a primary election, so if no candidate gets more than 50% of the vote there will be a top-two runoff in November.