Thousands of Ballots Remain Uncounted in Marin's District 5 Race

Can Shroyer still pull ahead in this race to represent Novato? Time will tell.

The Marin County registrar's office continues to count ballots cast in Tuesday's election-- ballots that may or may not make a difference in the outcome of Novato's supervisor race.

According to the registrar's office, some 2,220 ballots had yet to be counted in Marin's District 5 as of Wednesday afternoon.

Incumbent Judy Arnold held a 140 vote lead over challenger Toni Shroyer as of Wednesday, according to online results posted by the registrar's office.

In total 18,000 more ballots-- mostly mail-in votes that were handed in Election Day-- need to be counted in Marin County before the election results can be finalized, according to registrar's officials.

Elections officials will update results each coming Friday until all the votes have been tallied, Patch is told.

What do you think of the potential outcome of this race? Tell us in the comments.

Hopkin June 06, 2014 at 11:27 PM
Sam, I showed him the video I have of one of you going into a phone booth and the other coming out.
Sam June 07, 2014 at 09:30 AM
Thank You All For Electing My Friend And yours Judy Arnold Who Will Save Novato .
M. Manzano June 09, 2014 at 10:33 AM
The system is rigged.
Sam June 09, 2014 at 10:49 AM
Please explain your statement about the system being rigged
M. Manzano June 10, 2014 at 04:17 PM
When finance determines who can run and win elections based upon their donors, it is a rigged election process. The thousands of ballots floating in that lake in the East Bay a couple years ago says much about the Democrat machine breaking California also. If you think everything is so uncorrupted, that would be extreme ignorance.


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