SLO County Elections Office Updates Results •

No major changes in breeds in northern district

San Luis Obispo – Friday 6 November In November, the electoral commission of the San Luis Obispo district issued the updated consolidated report on the elections. On the third. Legislative elections were held on 11 November.

None of the races in the Northern District have changed significantly. Revenues continued to extend the time limits for nominations and are approaching re-election. All contests shall be called well in advance of the official announcement of the results and shall be certified at the end of that month if the number of unregistered ballots decreases.

By the end of election night, 117,974 ballot papers had been counted. According to Friday’s update, 134,774 ballots were counted. The polling station estimates that there are still 33,404 ballots to be counted. The next update was for Monday the 9th. November, scheduled.

Turnout in the SLA district reached 73.23 percent.

The voting by e-mail amounted to 127,333 votes in the SLA district, of which 7,411 votes in the polling stations. SLO County e-mailed the vote to all registered voters, but people had the opportunity to vote in person.


After 16.36 on Friday the 6th. November, the current mayor of Atasquadero, Heather Moreno, leads with 43.75% of the votes, Jerry Tanimoto comes second with 34.35% and Josh Donovan with 21.9%.

The presidents of the two seats on the City Council are Charles Bourbaud and Mark Daris, who received 28% and 24.91% of the votes respectively.

Tori Keene is hardly inferior to Tori Keene (23.38%), Nicholas Mattson (17.8%) and Bret Heinemann (5.9%). Dariz saw his lead increase to 308 votes against Keene.

The Atasquadero Unified School District Board has three vacant seats and the three employees, Mary Kay Mills with 26%, Terry Sweetser with 26% and Corrine Kunle with 25%, will remain on the board. Probie, you’re 22% Pierce.

As regards the measures, measure D-20, the 1% tax on Atasquadero’s turnover has been reduced from 59,34%. And the C-20 AUSD had 54.31%.


Friday the 6th. In November, at 4:36 p.m., the current District 3 of Paso Robles, councillor Steve Gregory, entered the game with 100% of the votes and carried out this year’s election without objection.

The current council of the 4 municipalities, Fred Strong, leads with 61.89% of the votes and Jacob Allred with 38.11%.

Only one candidate, Ryan Cornell, ran for Paso Robles treasurer with 100% of the votes.

In the Paso Robles Uniform School District, 12 people fought for four open spaces. On Friday, Dorian Baker led by 13%, Chris Bausch by 12%, Jim Reed by 11% and Nathan Williams by 9%. Williams has increased his last place advantage over Jim Cogan to 44 votes.

For the D-20 event, the sales tax in Paso Robles was 1% of 56.73%.


Friday the 6th. In November at 4.36pm, Nelson Yamagata and Ted Dubost and their challenger Mundy Swan took the lead with 22.7%, 20.5% and 18.5% respectively in the race for three seats on the Templeton Unified School Board.

The Templeton Utilities District has three open seats, all three currently leading, Pamela Giardini with 31.80%, Navid Fardanes with 31% and Debra Logan with 26.64%.


– San Miguel High School District Joint Board – In a race for two seats, Michael J. Jones was in the lead. Sanders by 34.58% and Constantino Victor Delgado by 39%.

– SJUSD Schulanleihe, Measurement I led by 54.05%.

– United Shandong – Flint Spear School District Board in place with 57.33% leadership by Amy Russell with 42.67%.

– The SJUSD compulsory education, measure H, will be increased by 62.56%.

– Ground Squirrel Hollow Utilities County – Allen Duckworth (30.32%), Kevin McCamie (28.11%) and Scott Simons (27.17%) were the first to win three seats.

– Representative of the United States, 24. District – Democrat Salud Karbajal (60.7 percent) sharpened Republican Andy Caldwell (39.3 percent) in a poll on the Secretary of State’s California Web site.

– State senator, 17 years old. Constituency – Democrat John Laird (66.7 percent) led Republican firm Vicky Nohrden (33.3 percent) in a poll on the secretary of state’s California Web site.

– Meeting of States, 35. District – Republican Jordan Cunningham (53.3 percent) led Addis Ababa Democrats (46.7 percent) in an opinion poll on the California Secretary of State’s website.

– Democratic presidents and vice-presidents Joe Biden and Kamala Harris received 57.06% of the ASO electorate, while President Donald Trump and Mike Pence received 40.29%.

Full results for the local and national level are available on and or

Remaining votes in the Northern District

  • PASO ROBLES School district – 5,576 (cross in Monterrey district)
  • TEMPTING CSD – 1020
  • Shandong School District – 146 (Cross in Monterrey District)

The number of ballots still to be counted by e-mail may change if the District Election Committee receives more ballots. Votes sent by e-mail on election day, the third day of the election, the third day of the voting period and the third day of the voting period shall be eligible, postmarked in November, and must be received by the polling station within 17 days of election day.

The district election authorities must notify California of the final results. Secretary of State for Presidential Competitiveness to 1. December and all other state and federal competitions up to 4 years old. December. The Minister of Foreign Affairs will present the results on the 11th. December.

You can also view the update here.

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