Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder’




Harmon closing in on Marx in latest report

By KAREN VELIE Incumbent San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx’ lead over her opponent Heidi Harmon has shrunk as more ballots are counted. While Marx led in early mail in ballots, Harmon led among poll voters. Following Monday’s count of... (Continue reading)

Election tensions surface in SLO County

On an Election Day in which tensions boiled over in some parts of the United States, a few minor disruptions to voting took place in San Luis Obispo County. In Southern California, a deadly gun battle broke out near a... (Continue reading)

Registered voters at all-time high in SLO County

A record number of people have registered to vote in San Luis Obispo County and in the state of California, according to recent reports. On Tuesday, SLO County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong announced a record 168,257 county residents have registered... (Continue reading)

SLO County’s primary election winners

Supervisor Debbie Arnold won reelection Tuesday night by a 6 percent margin. The other two county supervisor races are heading to runoffs, and in one of them, Supervisor Adam Hill is at risk of losing his job. In the District... (Continue reading)

Election Day: Local races to track

Three of the five San Luis Obispo County supervisor seats are up for grabs Tuesday, albeit two of the races could head to November runoffs. Likewise, two candidates will emerge from a crowded field in the race to replace longtime... (Continue reading)

SLO mail-in ballots contain error

The envelopes delivered with San Luis Obispo County vote-by-mail ballots incorrectly instruct voters, “Mail early. Postmarks do not count.” After a change in state law, vote-by-mail ballots will now be counted if they are postmarked on election day and reach... (Continue reading)

Only a fourth of SLO County mail in ballots returned

San Luis Obispo County residents have returned 24,032 of about 100,000 ballots that were mailed out earlier this month. About two thirds of county voters are currently registered to vote by mail. In the last primary election, approximately 60,000 San... (Continue reading)

SLO County sends out record number of ballots

San Luis Obispo County is placing about 100,000 ballots in the mail on Monday, a record number for the county. About two thirds of county voters are currently registered to vote by mail. County Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong said the total... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles basin vote remains primarily unchanged

After counting more than 600 ballots postmarked March 8 but received after Tuesday, the San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorders Office reported results that were primarily unchanged. The public resoundingly rejected the formation of a Paso Robles water district. With... (Continue reading)

Few ballots cast on proposed Paso Robles water district

Less then 12 percent of the mail-in-ballots to approve funding for a proposed Paso Robles basin water district had been returned to San Luis Obispo County as of Friday afternoon, or 865 of 7,313 ballots. It requires a two thirds... (Continue reading)