According to the Solano County Registrar of Voters there are 10,600 ballots yet to be counted from the . The ballots are vote-by-mail ballots that were turned in at the polls by voters who didn’t get them in the mail on time and provisional ballots.
There are 3,050 uncounted ballots from precincts in Supervisorial District Two where incumbent Linda Seifert leads by over 4,000 votes so that outcome won’t change but the margin of victory might.
Skip Thomson currently leads incumbent Supervisor Mike Reagan by 1,013 votes in District 5. In order for Reagan to win he would have to receive exactly 2/3 of the uncounted ballots in the district.
In District 1, where 2,161 ballots remain to be counted the results could change but the trend would have to be different than on election day.
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