Returns will appear on the Secretary of State's website at Vote98.ss.ca.gov/Returns.htm
after the polls close at 8pm on November 3rd.
The Secretary of State, in cooperation with Digital Equipment Corporation, will again
provide live election returns on the Internet for statewide races, state ballot measures,
supreme court and court of appeals races, and legislative and congressional races.
This year, in addition to standard HTML, the information will also be available in
a special customized format that will allow Internet users to continuously view only
those races in which they are interested.
Visit the Secretary of State's site prior to election night to make sure your browser
is set up to accommodate the special Java applet.
27 of California's 58 counties will post election results online.
Visit the following County Election Office sites for up-to-the-minute returns on
local races, as well as county figures for statewide candidates and measures.
County results are available on the Sacramento Bee's election site, and Madera County
results can be found at maderaonline.com.
The following news organizations will provide election returns:
Los Angeles Times
On Thursday, October 29th, more than 35,000 students from 105 California schools
cast ballots in the the National Student/Parent Mock Election. View the results of
the California Mock Election.
Visit the Web White & Blue
homepage for a comprehensive directory of national news media sites and state government
agencies that will provide live election returns online.