Nearly 700,000 ballots cast in the Nov. 6 general election remain to be counted, according to the second ballot counting update from Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan on Tuesday afternoon.
The update includes 270,251 ballots processed since Election Night, consisting of Vote by Mail ballots.
The total election results count is now 2,369,109, which is 45.56 percent of eligible Los Angeles County voters.
The estimated number of outstanding ballots left to be counted is 688,000 consisting of the following:
* Provisional ballots: 405,000
* Vote by Mail ballots: 275,000 (includes ballots received through Early Voting and VBM Drop-Offs)
* Misc. ballots: 4,000 (includes damaged/withheld ballots)
* Conditional Voter Registration: 4,000
These results are subject to change throughout the Official Election Canvass period as our canvass staff process VBM envelopes and de-process precinct supplies. This estimate includes additional Vote by Mail Ballots postmarked on or before Election Day and received through last Friday.
The next ballot counting update will be on Friday, Nov. 16. For specific results visit lavote.net and follow the Registrar on Twitter @LACountyRRCC.