Staying Up-To-Date on Election Night results

First numbers will be available shortly after 8 pm

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With the November 4th General Election just a week away, the Contra Costa County Elections Division is devising a strategy for handling and reporting results from the County’s estimated half-million registered voters.

Results of vote-by-mail ballots that are returned before November 1st will be available shortly after the polls close at 8 pm on Election Night.

Meanwhile, with ballots being collected from precincts throughout the County, the first update can be expected at about 9:30 pm, with results updated about every 30 minutes until all precincts report.

The availability of updated reports will be communicated via Twitter and Facebook, using the hashtag #CoCoVotes2014.  Changes to the reporting schedule will also be reported there.

The County Elections Division Twitter page is The Facebook page is

Results will be posted to the Elections’ Department website,, throughout the night and updated by 5 pm every Friday until the election is certified in late November. Statewide election results can be seen on the California Secretary of State’s website at

Local election results will also be available throughout Election Night on Contra Costa Television (CCTV) beginning at 9 pm on Comcast channel 27, Astound channel 32 and AT&T U-Verse channel 99.

Meanwhile, voting is already underway at the Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorders-Elections Division, at 555 Escobar Street in Martinez.  Registered voters may drop in to vote or pick up a ballot until 8 pm on Election Day.

The Elections Division will be open for voting on Election Day from 7 am to 8 pm.

Polling place locations and directional maps, as well as information regarding sample ballots and candidates, are also available online.

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